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Illicit Atlantic Worlds

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Illicit Atlantic Worlds
Illicit Atlantic Worlds

Illicit Atlantic Worlds

The Huntington

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This conference explores the shadowy realms of the Atlantic that connected four continents but also disrupted its various imperial structures. The participants will investigate important historical and historiographical questions about the nature of unlawful exchanges and the relationship between settler-colonists, pirates, and smugglers in the creation of “illicit Atlantic worlds” beyond state control.

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Plenary Session

Robert C. Ritchie, Eliga Gould, Kevin P. McDonald, and Mark G. Hanna, hold a concluding plenary session for the conference. Ritchie is director of research at the Huntington. Gould is Professor and Chair of the History Department at the University of New Hampshire. McDonald is Professor of History at Loyola Marymount University. Hanna is Professor of History at the University of California, San Diego.

42 MIN2015 JAN 25
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Plenary Session

Black Maritime Labor: The Business of Capturing, Kidnapping, and Condemning Eighteenth-Century Black Mariners

Charles Foy, discusses, “Black Maritime Labor: The Business of Capturing, Kidnapping, and Condemning Eighteenth-Century Black Mariners”. Blakemore is an Associate Research Fellow at the University of Exeter. This discussion was included in the conference session topic, “Black Seamen and Pilots”.

38 MIN2015 JAN 25
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Black Maritime Labor: The Business of Capturing, Kidnapping, and Condemning Eighteenth-Century Black Mariners

Enslaved Ship Pilots in the Age of Revolutions

Kevin Dawson, discusses, “Enslaved Ship Pilots in the Age of Revolutions”. Dawson is an Assistant Professor of History at the University of California, Merced. This discussion was included in the conference session topic, “Black Seamen and Pilots”.

42 MIN2015 JAN 25
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Enslaved Ship Pilots in the Age of Revolutions

The Meanings of Mutiny in the Seventeenth Century

Richard Blakemore, discusses, “The Meanings of Mutiny in the Seventeenth Century”. Blakemore is an Associate Research Fellow at the University of Exeter. This discussion was included in the conference session topic, “Rebellion”.

33 MIN2015 JAN 25
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The Meanings of Mutiny in the Seventeenth Century

“We have our own articles now”: A Maritime Declarationof Independence in the Revolutionary Atlantic

Niklas Frykman, discusses, “‘We have our own articles now’: A Maritime Declaration of Independence in the Revolutionary Atlantic”. Frykman is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Pittsburgh. This discussion was included in the conference session topic, “Rebellion”.

33 MIN2015 JAN 25
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“We have our own articles now”: A Maritime Declarationof Independence in the Revolutionary Atlantic

Getting Away with Murder: Press Gangs and Customary Violence in the British Atlantic

Denver Brunsman, discusses, “Getting Away with Murder: Press Gangs and Customary Violence in the British Atlantic”. Brunsman is Associate Professor of History at George Washington University. This discussion was included in the conference session topic, “Man Stealing”.

53 MIN2015 JAN 24
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Getting Away with Murder: Press Gangs and Customary Violence in the British Atlantic

Slave Stealing in the Caribbean and the Spread of American Slavery

Greg O'Malley, discusses, “Slave Stealing in the Caribbean and the Spread of American Slavery”. O'Malley is Associate Professor of History at the University of California, Santa Cruz. This discussion was included in the conference session topic, “Man Stealing”.

53 MIN2015 JAN 24
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Slave Stealing in the Caribbean and the Spread of American Slavery

Unruly Subjects and Subjective Wealth on Venezuela’s Pearl Coast

Molly A. Warsh, discusses, “Unruly Subjects and Subjective Wealth on Venezuela’s Pearl Coast”. Warsh is Assistant Professor at the University of Pittsburgh. This discussion was included in the conference session topic,“Smuggling”.

35 MIN2015 JAN 24
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Unruly Subjects and Subjective Wealth on Venezuela’s Pearl Coast

The Caribbean Mule Trade: An Illicit Inter-Imperial Business

Willem Klooster, discusses, “The Caribbean Mule Trade: An Illicit Inter-Imperial Business”. Klooster is Professor and Chair of the Department of History at Clark University. This discussion was included in the conference session topic,”Smuggling”.

39 MIN2015 JAN 24
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The Caribbean Mule Trade: An Illicit Inter-Imperial Business

The Location of Law: Armed Commerce at the Center and Periphery of Empire

Guy Chet, discusses, “The Location of Law: Armed Commerce at the Center and Periphery of Empire”. Chet is Professor of History at the University of North Texas. This discussion was included in the conference session topic, “Pirates and Piracy”.

42 MIN2015 JAN 24
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The Location of Law: Armed Commerce at the Center and Periphery of Empire

Latest Episodes

Plenary Session

Robert C. Ritchie, Eliga Gould, Kevin P. McDonald, and Mark G. Hanna, hold a concluding plenary session for the conference. Ritchie is director of research at the Huntington. Gould is Professor and Chair of the History Department at the University of New Hampshire. McDonald is Professor of History at Loyola Marymount University. Hanna is Professor of History at the University of California, San Diego.

42 MIN2015 JAN 25
Comments
Plenary Session

Black Maritime Labor: The Business of Capturing, Kidnapping, and Condemning Eighteenth-Century Black Mariners

Charles Foy, discusses, “Black Maritime Labor: The Business of Capturing, Kidnapping, and Condemning Eighteenth-Century Black Mariners”. Blakemore is an Associate Research Fellow at the University of Exeter. This discussion was included in the conference session topic, “Black Seamen and Pilots”.

38 MIN2015 JAN 25
Comments
Black Maritime Labor: The Business of Capturing, Kidnapping, and Condemning Eighteenth-Century Black Mariners

Enslaved Ship Pilots in the Age of Revolutions

Kevin Dawson, discusses, “Enslaved Ship Pilots in the Age of Revolutions”. Dawson is an Assistant Professor of History at the University of California, Merced. This discussion was included in the conference session topic, “Black Seamen and Pilots”.

42 MIN2015 JAN 25
Comments
Enslaved Ship Pilots in the Age of Revolutions

The Meanings of Mutiny in the Seventeenth Century

Richard Blakemore, discusses, “The Meanings of Mutiny in the Seventeenth Century”. Blakemore is an Associate Research Fellow at the University of Exeter. This discussion was included in the conference session topic, “Rebellion”.

33 MIN2015 JAN 25
Comments
The Meanings of Mutiny in the Seventeenth Century

“We have our own articles now”: A Maritime Declarationof Independence in the Revolutionary Atlantic

Niklas Frykman, discusses, “‘We have our own articles now’: A Maritime Declaration of Independence in the Revolutionary Atlantic”. Frykman is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Pittsburgh. This discussion was included in the conference session topic, “Rebellion”.

33 MIN2015 JAN 25
Comments
“We have our own articles now”: A Maritime Declarationof Independence in the Revolutionary Atlantic

Getting Away with Murder: Press Gangs and Customary Violence in the British Atlantic

Denver Brunsman, discusses, “Getting Away with Murder: Press Gangs and Customary Violence in the British Atlantic”. Brunsman is Associate Professor of History at George Washington University. This discussion was included in the conference session topic, “Man Stealing”.

53 MIN2015 JAN 24
Comments
Getting Away with Murder: Press Gangs and Customary Violence in the British Atlantic

Slave Stealing in the Caribbean and the Spread of American Slavery

Greg O'Malley, discusses, “Slave Stealing in the Caribbean and the Spread of American Slavery”. O'Malley is Associate Professor of History at the University of California, Santa Cruz. This discussion was included in the conference session topic, “Man Stealing”.

53 MIN2015 JAN 24
Comments
Slave Stealing in the Caribbean and the Spread of American Slavery

Unruly Subjects and Subjective Wealth on Venezuela’s Pearl Coast

Molly A. Warsh, discusses, “Unruly Subjects and Subjective Wealth on Venezuela’s Pearl Coast”. Warsh is Assistant Professor at the University of Pittsburgh. This discussion was included in the conference session topic,“Smuggling”.

35 MIN2015 JAN 24
Comments
Unruly Subjects and Subjective Wealth on Venezuela’s Pearl Coast

The Caribbean Mule Trade: An Illicit Inter-Imperial Business

Willem Klooster, discusses, “The Caribbean Mule Trade: An Illicit Inter-Imperial Business”. Klooster is Professor and Chair of the Department of History at Clark University. This discussion was included in the conference session topic,”Smuggling”.

39 MIN2015 JAN 24
Comments
The Caribbean Mule Trade: An Illicit Inter-Imperial Business

The Location of Law: Armed Commerce at the Center and Periphery of Empire

Guy Chet, discusses, “The Location of Law: Armed Commerce at the Center and Periphery of Empire”. Chet is Professor of History at the University of North Texas. This discussion was included in the conference session topic, “Pirates and Piracy”.

42 MIN2015 JAN 24
Comments
The Location of Law: Armed Commerce at the Center and Periphery of Empire
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