Cabot Andy

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Research themes

  • Slavery, Empires and Diplomacy : France, Great-Britain and the United States in the Atlantic World, (1795-1825).  Marie-Jeanne Rossignol (supervisor) et Allan Potofsky (co-supervisor)

 

Current Project

  • 2018-2019 : ATER – Teaching Assistant, Paris Diderot Anglophone Studies Department.
  • 2015-2018 : Teaching Assistant, Paris Diderot Anglophone Studies Department and IUT Paris-Diderot.
  • 2015-Present: Phd, Anglophone studies department, Paris Diderot University.
  • 2012-2015: Master, Anglophone Studies (Specialization: American Civilization), Summa Cum Laude, Paris Diderot University.

      Publications

      • «Esclavage et empires durant les guerres révolutionnaires : les mondes caribéens coloniaux à l’épreuve des ruptures d’empires (1794-1802) » in La France et les Amériques entre révolutions et nations, 1776-1865 (Actes journée d’étude organisée au Centre des Archives diplomatiques de Nantes le 30 novembre 2017). Publication prévue début 2020.
      • James Alexander Dun, Dangerous Neighbors: Making the Haitian Revolution in Early America (2016) et Elizabeth Maddock Dillon et Michael J.Drexler (eds.) The Haitian Revolution and the early United States (2016) in Comparativ, volume 29, numéro 1, pp.113-119. [Book Review]
      • « Capitalism and Colonies: Jamaica and Saint-Domingue in the eighteenth century », Books § Ideas, Mai 2018. [Book Review]

      Conference papers

      • January 18th, 2020, “The Slave Trade Act of 1794 in the United States: Peace in time of war?”, -Maison des Sciences Économiques, Colloque international SEAA 17-18 “The Force of Commerce”.
      • May 10th, 2019, “The Question of Slavery in the Diplomacy of the Early American Republic: Foreign Relations and Empires at the source of an Uncertain National Compromise, c.1787-1815”, Roosevelt Institute for American Studies, Middelburg, International PhD Seminar.
      • December 16th, 2018, “Transforming a slave colony in the Age of Abolition: Demerara between local interests and the global dynamics of empire, 1796-1807”. Queen Mary University, European Early American Studies 7th biannual conference.
      • February 15th, 2018, “Empires and Slavery: Debating and making abolition in the Age of Revolution“, University of Liverpool, PGR “New Perspectives on the Age of Revolution”.
      • November 30th, 2017, “La question de l’esclavage dans la diplomatie atlantique durant les guerres révolutionnaires : les mondes caribéens coloniaux à l’épreuve des ruptures d’empires (1794-1802)“, Centre des Archives Diplomatiques de Nantes, conference “La France et les Amériques entre révolutions et nations, 1776-1865“
      • October 13th 2017, “The British Caribbean in the Age of Revolutions: The Political Economy of Slavery and the Changing Rules of Empire, (1793-1802)”, Workshop “Global Approaches to the Early Modern and Contemporary Greater Caribbean”, University of Bern, Center of Global Studies.

      Seminar

      • Organization of a one-day seminar “Studying American Slavery in Europe” which took place at Paris Diderot University on July 11th 2018.