Early Caribbean Society
Established 2002

Ecological difference and the ecology of subjectivization in sixteenth century nonfiction travel narrative to the Caribbean
by Ferrer-Medina, Patricia, Ph.D., Rutgers The State University of New Jersey - New Brunswick, 2010,
239 pages; AAT 3418761

The sentimental fictions of empire in eighteenth-century England and France
by Festa, Lynn Mary, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 2000,
329 pages; AAT 9965477

When the "unprotected" body speaks: The narratives of nineteenth-century black females in the Caribbean and the United States
by Francis, Allison E., Ph.D., Washington University, 2005,
274 pages; AAT 3207211

The Libertine colony: Ethnographies of Creolization in the French Caribbean, 1617--1797
by Garraway, Doris Lorraine, Ph.D., Duke University, 2000,
414 pages; AAT 3003928

The evolution of industrial development in Costa Rica: Political and institutional constraints to full utilization of factors of production
by Graterol-Aranguren, Jose Antonio, Ph.D., Cornell University, 1992,
269 pages; AAT 9236063

Raising cane: Sugar, people and the environment in nineteenth-century Antigua, West Indies
by Gonzalez-Scollard, Edith, Ph.D., City University of New York, 2008 ,
115 pages; AAT 3330498

The Late Mesoamerican village
by Hanson, Craig A., Ph.D., Tulane University, 2008,
1706 pages; AAT 3310069

Political thought in the British Caribbean, 1750--1785
by Harding, Emily S., Ph.D., Columbia University, 2007,
506 pages; AAT 3266593

The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade: The Gold Coast, the Asante and the Era of Illegal Slave Trading, 1807--1874
by Hargrove, Jarvis Lamar, Ph.D., Howard University, 2011,
239 pages; AAT 3460671

"Homely adventures": Domesticity, travel, and the gender economy of colonial difference in eighteenth-century British literature
by Harrow, Sharon Rebecca, Ph.D., The University of Arizona, 1999,
323 pages; AAT 9960288

The domestic architecture of the earliest british colonies in the american tropics: A study of the houses of the caribbean 'leeward' islands of st. christopher, nevis, antigua and montserrat. 1624--1726.
by Hobson, Daphne Louise, Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007.
376 pages

From the harem to the plantation: Freedom, virtue, and slavery in Restoration and eighteenth-century British women's literature
by Howard, Carol Lea, Ph.D., Columbia University, 1999,
203 pages; AAT 9930729

Agricultural land use of Guadeloupe
by Hoy, Don Roger, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1960,
164 pages; AAT 6100147

Fatal revolutions: United States natural histories of the Greater Caribbean, 1707--1856
by Iannini, Christopher Paul, Ph.D., City University of New York, 2004,
315 pages; AAT 3127882

The Caribbean cotton production: An historical geography of the region's mystery crop
by Jaquay, Barbara Gaye, Ph.D., Texas A&M University, 1997,
199 pages; AAT 9729210

Migrant recitals: Pan-Caribbean interchanges in the aftermath of the Haitian Revolution, 1791--1850
by Johnson-La O, Sara Elizabeth, Ph.D., Stanford University, 2001,
224 pages; AAT 3028119

Revolution and reaction: Santo Domingo during the Haitian Revolution and beyond, 1791--1844
by Jones, Christina Violeta, Ph.D., Howard University, 2008 ,
261 pages; AAT 3307982

Contentious liberties: Gendered power and religious freedom in the nineteenth-century American mission to Jamaica
by Kenny, Gale L., Ph.D., Rice University, 2008 ,
406 pages; AAT 3309898

Consumer anthropology: New World foods and identities in the eighteenth-century Atlantic empire
by Kim, Julie Chun, Ph.D., Duke University, 2005,
233 pages; AAT 3191932

In pursuit of profit: Persistent Dutch influence on the inter-imperial trade of New York and the English Leeward Islands, 1621--1689
by Koot, Christian J., Ph.D., University of Delaware, 2005,
478 pages; AAT 3181854

Representations of the British West Indies from the Restoration to the American Revolution: Prolegomena to the field and a critical anthology of early Jamaica
by Krise, Thomas Warren, Ph.D., The University of Chicago, 1995,
598 pages; AAT 9530761

Appetite and desire in early American travel narratives
by Lee, Heidi Oberholtzer, Ph.D., University of Notre Dame, 2005 ,
201 pages; AAT 3202648

Imagined Islands: A Caribbean Tidalectics

by Llenin-Figueroa, Carmen Beatriz, Ph.D., Duke University, 2012, AAT 3505964

Frontier Landscapes, Missions, and Power: A French Jesuit Plantation and Church at Grand Bay, Dominica (1747--1763)
by Lenik, Stephan Timothy, Ph.D., Syracuse University, 2010,
364 pages; AAT 3437580

Race, class and resistance: Emancipation and its aftermath in antigua, 1831--1858.
by Lightfoot, Natasha, Ph. D., New York University, 2007.
437 pages; AAT 3296815

Children of uncertain fortune: Mixed-race migration from the West Indies to Britain, 1750-1820
by Livesay, Daniel Alan, Ph.D., University of Michigan, 2010,
482 pages; AAT 3429262

From cultivation to cup: Caribbean coffee and the North American economy, 1765--1805
by McDonald, Michelle Craig, Ph.D., University of Michigan, 2005,
330 pages; AAT 3163885

The historical archaeology of Nevis, West Indies: Capitalism, environment, and the evolution of the Caribbean colonial landscape, 1625--1833
by Meniketti, Marco Guido, Ph.D., Michigan State University, 2004,
355 pages; AAT 3146072

Melancholy and fatal calamities: Natural disasters and colonial society in the British Greater Caribbean, 1623-1781
by Mulcahy, Matthew Burke, Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 1999,
330 pages; AAT 9941750

Portals of nature: Networks of natural history in eighteenth-century British plantation societies
by Murphy, Kathleen S., Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University, 2008,
359 pages; AAT 3288506

A general chart of the West Indies, 1796. By Joseph Smith Speer. Image from the Library of Congress Digital Archives.