Julia Gaffield, Jennifer Palmer, and Patrick Tardieu receive Omohundro Institute Lapidus Digital Collections Fellowship, featured in Le Nouvelliste
Julia Gaffield featured in a Member Spotlight in AHA Today from the American Historical Association
Describe your career path. What led you to where you are today? I enrolled at the University of Toronto in 2002 in the phys ed program and I played on the basketball team; I wanted to be a physical therapist. I quickly realized that I had no interest in anatomy, but I was fascinated by my history elective because it focused on analyzing primary sources. I switched majors. Read More–>
Julia Gaffield Receives 2018 ACLS Fellowship
Julia Gaffield, assistant professor of history, has won the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Fellowship for her project titled, The Abandoned Faithful: Sovereignty, Diplomacy, and Religious Dominion in the Aftermath of the Haitian Revolution. Read More–>
Julia Gaffield interviewed by Reena Goldthree, for Black Perspectives, The African American Intellectual History Society Blog, October 10, 2016.
Reena Goldthree (RG): Haitian Connections in the Atlantic World chronicles how Haitian officials constructed diplomatic, commercial, and military ties with foreign governments and merchants in the early nineteenth century. Your book joins a remarkably rich body of scholarship on the Haitian Revolution and on Haiti’s place in the Atlantic World. Read More–>
Discovering the Declaration
Damien Cave, “Haiti’s Founding Document Found in London,” The New York Times, 1 April 2010.
Siri Agrell, “Grad student uncovers Haiti’s Declaration of Independence,” The Globe and Mail, 1 April 2010.
“Rediscovering Haiti’s Declaration of Independence,” Duke University.
The Rachel Maddow Show, April 1, 2010
Interview with Marco Werman on PRI’s “The World” from BBC, PRI, and WGBH, 1 April 2010.
Interview with Carol Off and Barbara Budd on “As it Happens” on CBC Radio 1, 1 April 2010, (part one).
Interview with Frank Stasio, “Discovering Haiti’s Declaration of Independence,” The State of Things, North Carolina Public Radio. August 2010.