“'A Trail Would Be Blazed': Commercial Competition and the Intra-Caribbean Slave Trade, 1650-1670"
Casey Schmitt, Cornell University
The pre-circulated paper will be available one-week prior to the workshop. The paper will be available to the Princeton University community via SharePoint. All others should request a copy of the paper by emailing Augustus Mosse at [email protected].
Casey Schmitt received her Ph.D. in early American history from William and Mary and is currently an Assistant Professor in History at Cornell University. She teaches classes on early America, the Caribbean, and the Atlantic world. She has published articles in the William and Mary Quarterly, Early American Studies, and the Hispanic American Historical Review. Her forthcoming book, The Predatory Sea: Human Trafficking, Colonization, and Trade in the Greater Caribbean, 1570-1670 will be published by the University of Pennsylvania Press.