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Eighteenth-century France and Europe
Early Modern European Empires
Hist 1126/Soc 1386 French Revolution.
Hist 1115 The West and the World.
Hist 1001 Introductory Seminar/European Enlightenment.
Hist 0103 Europe in the 18th Century
Hist 1901 Independent Undergraduate Study.
Hist 2160 Political Economy and European Imperial Rivalry.
Hist 2721 Atlantic History to 1800
Hist 2902 Independent Study
Education & Training
- PhD, University of Cambridge, 2010
Reinventing the Empire: Political Economy, France, and the African and Caribbean Colonies, c. 1750-1800 (submitted for peer review)
‘Rethinking Africa in the Age of Revolution: the Evolution of Jean-Baptiste-Léonard Durand’s Voyage au Sénégal’, Atlantic Studies, Special Issue on ‘The Age of Revolution in the Atlantic World’ ed. by Michael McDonnell, 13, 3 (July 2016), pp. 389-406.
‘Why the Danes got there first – a trans-imperial study of the abolition of the Danish slave trade in 1792’, Slavery and Abolition, vol. 35, Issue 4 (2014), pp. 576-592.
The Political Economy of Empire in the Early Modern World, eds. Sophus Reinert and Pernille Røge (Palgrave Macmillan, October 2013)
I am currently developing two new research projects. One focuses on the the place of the Baltic in the French Atlantic World. The other is a transimperial study of the Danish colonial empire between 1660 and 1815. I am also engaged in an ongoing project on French global interests during the Age of Revolution.