Elizabeth Ann Heath

Assc Professor

Weissman School of Arts and Sciences

Department: History

Areas of expertise:

Email Address: elizabeth.heath@baruch.cuny.edu

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Education

Ph.D., Modern European History, University of Chicago Chicago USA

M.A., Social Sciences, University of Chicago Chicago USA

B.A., Political Science and Women's Studies, New College of Florida Sarasota USA

SemesterCourse PrefixCourse NumberCourse Name
Fall 2023HIS4900Capstone: Search His
Fall 2023HIS3960Introduction to Digital Histor
Fall 2023HIS4900Capstone: Search His
Spring 2023HIS4900Capstone: Search His
Spring 2023HIS1003Global His Since1500
Spring 2023HIS1003Global His Since1500
Fall 2022HIS3950Special Topics in Global Histo
Fall 2022HIS4900Capstone: Search His
Fall 2022HIS4900Capstone: Search His
Spring 2022HIS1003Global His Since1500
Spring 2022HIS1003Global His Since1500
Fall 2021HIS1003Global His Since1500
Fall 2021HIS1003Global His Since1500
Fall 2021HIS3950Special Topics in Global Histo
Spring 2021IDC4050HHon Feit Hum Sem I
Spring 2019HIS5000Independent Study History I
Spring 2019HIS1003Global His Since1500
Spring 2019HIS1003Global His Since1500
Spring 2019HIS1003Global His Since1500
Spring 2019HIS1003Global His Since1500
Fall 2018IDC1001HHonors-The Arts in New York
Fall 2018HIS1003Global His Since1500
Fall 2018HIS5001Independent Study History II
Fall 2018HIS1003Global His Since1500
Spring 2018HIS1003Global His Since1500
Spring 2018HIS1003Global His Since1500
Spring 2018HIS5000Independent Study History I
Fall 2017IDC1001HHonors-The Arts in New York
Fall 2017HIS3110Food History
Fall 2017HIS1003Global His Since1500
Fall 2017HIS1003Global His Since1500
Spring 2017HIS1003Global His Since1500
Spring 2017HIS1003Global His Since1500
Spring 2017HIS3230Modern Imperialism
Fall 2016HIS3360Topics in European History
Fall 2016HIS1003Global His Since1500
Fall 2016IDC1001HHonors-The Arts in New York
Summer 2016HIS5000Independent Study History I
Spring 2016IDC4050HHon Feit Hum Sem I
Spring 2016HIS4900Capstone: Search His
Spring 2015HIS4900Capstone: Search His
Spring 2015HIS1003Global His Since1500
Spring 2015WSM4900Topics in Women's Studies
Spring 2015HIS1003Global His Since1500
Fall 2014IDC1001HHonors-The Arts in New York
Fall 2014HIS3460Topics in American History
Fall 2014HIS1003Global His Since1500
Fall 2014PAF9199Selected Topics In PAF
Fall 2013BLS3085Special Topics Bls
Fall 2013HIS1003Global His Since1500
Fall 2013LTS3085Topics-Hispanic/Latino Studies
Fall 2013HIS3860Top:Afr,Asia,Lat Am

Books

Heath, E. (2014). Wine, Sugar, and the Making of Modern France: Global Economic Crisis and the Racialization of French Citizenship, 1870-1910. Cambridge, United Kingdom, Cambridge University Press.

Journal Articles

Heath, E. (2022). Marx, Frankenchickens, and the Logic of Capitalism: Rethinking Spellbound Histories in a Time of Crises. History of the Present, 12(2). 271-282.

(2022). If Objects Could Speak: Tales of Race and Empire at Renoir’s Luncheon of the Boating Party. H-France Salon Special Issue on Rethinking Race and Representation in Art History and Material Culture of the Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Francosphere. , 14(8).

Heath, E. (2020). The Meaning of Freedom: Slave Self-Purchase and the Making of Free Labour in Martinique. French History, 34(3). 342-359.

Heath, E. (2019). "The Black Race's Dreyfus Affair": Hégésippe Jean Légitimus and the Dissimilation of Colonial Guadeloupe. French Historical Studies, 42(3). 261-294.

Heath, E. (2018). Sugarcoated Slavery: Colonial Commodities and the Education of the Senses in Early Modern France. Critical Historical Studies, 5(2). 169-207.

Heath, E. (2018). Shoot Out in the O.K. Corral: Revisiting the Méline Tariff in an Age of Global Trade War. Europe Now , ( 20).

Heath, E., & White, O. (2018). L'empire français: Histoire de la vie économique. Revue Juridique Politique et Économique de Nouvelle-Calédonie , 30(1). 201-216.

Heath, E. (2017). The Color of French Wine: Southern Wine Producers Respond to Competition from the Algerian Wine Industry in the Early Third Republic. French Politics, Culture, and Society, 35(2). 89-110.

Heath, E., & White, O. (2017). The French Empire and the History of Economic Life. Introduction for Dossier on Wine, Economy, and Empire. French Politics, Culture, and Society, 35(2). 76-88.

Heath, E. (2015). Albums of Empire: Photography, Collective Memory, and the British Raj. Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts, 27. 74-103.

Heath, E. (2014). Child's Play? Colonial Commodities, Ephemera, and the Construction of the Greater French Family. CLIO. Femmes, Genres, Historie. Objets et fabrication du genre, 40/2 English Edition. 69-87.

Heath, E. (2014). Apprendre l'Empire, un jeu d'enfants? (premier XXe siècle). CLIO. Femmes, Genres, Histories. Objets et fabrication du genre, 40/2. 69-87.

Heath, E. (2011). Creating Rural Citizens in Guadeloupe in the Early Third Republic. Slavery & Abolition, 32(2). 289-307.

Book Chapters

Heath, E. A. (2022). Apprendre l’Empire, un jeu d’enfants? (Premier XXe siècle). In Thomas, D., Bancel, N., Blanchard, P., & Lemaire, S. (Eds.), Histoire globale de la France coloniale Paris. Éditions Philippe Rey.

Heath, E. (2020). Toys. In Achille, E., Forsdick, C., & Moudileno, L. (Eds.), Postcolonial Realms of Memory: Sites and Symbols in Modern France (pp. 394-402). Liverpool. Liverpool University Press.

Heath, E. (2015). Citizens of Empire? Indentured Labor, Global Capitalism, and the Limits of Republicanism in Colonial Guadeloupe. In Donoghue, J., & Jennings, E. (Eds.), Building the Atlantic Empires: Unfree Labor, the State, and the Rise of Global Capitalism, 1500-1945 (pp. 160-179). Leiden,The Netherlands. Brill Publishers.

Heath, E. A. Visualizing Colonial Dispossession: Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Imperial Impressionism and the Art of Empire. In Burns, E., & Price, A. M. (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Art and Empire: Imperialism and Aesthetic Practices, 1800-1950

Presentations

Heath, E. A. Bridging the Economic, Social, and Cultural (with a little help from Emma Bovary): Food and the Study of the French Colonial Empire. From Text to Table: Borders and Boundaries in Food History. Online: UC-Santa Barbara.

Heath, E. A. (2024, November 21). Visualizing the Data of the Eighteenth-Century French Caribbean. Western Society for French History. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Heath, E. A. (2024, November 21). “Vanishing Points” Dispossession, Poverty, and the Unmaking of the Algerian Working Class”. Western Society for French History. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Heath, E. (2021, May 31). Imaging a Post-Imperial Future: Cocoa, Migration, and the Cultivation of the Post-War Order in French West Africa. Imperial Foodways: Culinary Economies and Provisioning Politics. Santa Barbara (via Zoom): University of California, Santa Barbara.

N/A, E., & Landweber, J. (2021, March 31). Visualizing the Data of the Eighteenth-Century French Caribbean. Society for French Historical Studies. Virtual Meeting

Heath, E. (2020, February 28). Guinée Cloth, Wage Slavery, and Colonial Commodities. New Political Economies of the French Empire, 19th-20th Centuries. New York City, NY: Columbia University.

Heath, E. (2020, October 31). Dressed in Gingham and Flowered Handkerchiefs, or Writing a Global History of French Caribbean Slave Clothing. History Workshop. Newark, DE: History Department, University of DelawareNewa.

Heath, E., & Landweber, J. (2019, December 31). Visualizing the Data of the Eighteenth-Century French Caribbean. New York Area French History Group.

Heath, E. (2019, October 31). Comment for Rethinking Rural France in the Nineteenth Century Panel. Western Society for French History. Bozeman, MT

Heath, E., & Landweber, J. (2019, October 31). Visualizing the Data of the Eighteenth-Century French Caribbean. Western Society for French HIstory. Bozeman, MT

Heath, E. (2018, March 31). Comment for Slavery and Economic Life Panel. Society for French Historical Studies. Pittsburg

Heath, E. (2018, March 31). Using GIS for Historical Mapping Projects. GIS in the Humanities Seminar. : Montclair State University.

Heath, E. (2018, March 31). Visualizing Erasure: Sugar, Slavery, and the Rise of Atlantic Capitalism. Weissman Global Seminar. : Baruch College.

Heath, E. (2018, November 30). Comment for Hide and Seek: Uncovering the Politics of Playtime Panel. Western Society for French History. Portland, ME

Heath, E. (2018, November 30). Rethinking the Cotton Revolution In Saint-Domingue. Western Society for French History. Portland, ME

Heath, E. (2017, May 31). Proximate Distance: Seeing Sugar and Slavery in Eighteenth Century France. Providence, RI: John Carter Brown Library.

Heath, E. (2017, June 30). Indigo, Coffee, and Sugar: Visualizing Race Making in Colonial Saint Domingue through Shifting Commodity Frontiers. Spatial Structures in the Social Sciences GIS Institute. Providence, RI

Heath, E. (2017, April 30). Between the Swastika and the Sickle: Reforming Rural Life in la Plus Grande France in an Age of New Global Empire. Society for French Historical Studies Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C.: Society for French Historical Studies.

Heath, E. (2017, November 30). Sugarcoated Fantasies: Colonial Commodities and the Education of the Senses in Early Modern France. New York Area French History Group.

Heath, E. (2016, February 28). Producing Empire, Consuming Empire: Colonial Commodities and Everyday Life in Modern France. NYU Institute of French Studies. New York: New York University.

Heath, E. (2016, April 30). Standardizing French Wine in an Age of Global Competition. Business History Conference Annual Meeting. Portland, OR: Business History Conference.

Heath, E. (2016, May 31). Andrew Alf Heggoy Prize Panel: A Conversation about Elizabeth Heath's Wine, Sugar, and the Making of Modern France. French Colonial Historical Studies Annual Meeting. Ottawa, Canada: French Colonial Historical Studies.

Heath, E. (2016, November 30). Visualizing Colonial Trade and Commodities in Early Modern Paris. Western Society for French History Annual Meeting. Cedar Rapids, IA

Heath, E. (2015, March 31). Cooking with the Colonies: Domestic Science, Empire, and the Making of the Modern French Home. Nineteenth Century Studies Association. Boston, MA

Heath, E. (2015, April 30). The Path That Led Me to Hybridization. Eighteenth Annual Teaching and Technology Conference. : Baruch College.

Heath, E. (2015, December 31). From Wine and Sugar to Cultural Commodities. Seminar on European Imperialism. Beersheba, Israel: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

Heath, E. (2015, August 31). Crafting Cultural Commodities in a Global Age: Market Regulation, Empire, and the Struggle to Defend “French” Wine in the Early Twentieth Century. History of Capitalism Workshop. : University of Georgia.

Heath, E. (2014, November 30). Turkey Talk: A History of Thanksgiving's Iconic Meal. History Club at Baruch College.

Heath, E. (2013, February 28). French Identity in the Interwar: How We Can Use Film and Fairs As Sources. European Studies Capstone Seminar. Miami, FL: Florida International University.

Heath, E. (2013, March 31). The Celery Plate: Using Material Objects as Historical Sources. Wolfsonian-FIU Graduate Student Workshop on Visual and Material Culture. Miami Beach, FL: Wolfsonian Museum-Florida International University.

Heath, E. (2013, January 31). Bittersweet: Sugar Policy in France during the Great Depression of the Late Nineteenth Century. American Historical Association Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA: American Historical Association.

Heath, E. (2013, October 31). Whiteness Redefined: Descriptions of Sugar and the Production of Race in Saint-Domingue in the Eighteenth Century. Western Society for French History Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA: Western Society for French History.

Heath, E. (2013, April 30). The Color of French Wine: Metropolitan Wine Producers Respond to Competition from Algerian Viticulture. Society for French Historical Studies Annual Meeting. Boston, MA: Society for French Historical Studies.

Heath, E. (2011, February 28). Negotiating Frenchness: The Méline Tariff in Guadeloupe and Martinique. Society for French Historical Studies Annual Meeting. Charleston, SC: Society for French Historical Studies.

Heath, E. (2011, June 30). Beet vs. Cane: Writing a Global History of a Sugar Island's Decline. Feeding and Clothing the World: Cash Crops and Global History. Washington D.C.: German Historical Institute.

Heath, E. (2011, November 30). Reclaiming French Roots in the Aftermath of the Midi Strikes of 1907. Western Society for French History Annual Meeting. Portland, OR: Western Society for French History.

Heath, E. (2010, April 30). Forget the Siamese Cats: Lady and the Tramp and the Articulation of a New World Order. Peculiar Institutions. Chicago, IL: Society of Fellows, University of Chicago.

Heath, E. (2010, November 30). ''The Best School for Our Antillean Population": The Struggle for Military Service in Colonial Guadeloupe, 1880-1914. Social Sciences History Association Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL: Social Sciences History Association.

Heath, E. (2010, June 30). The Doubled Nature of French Assimilation. Unfree Labor and the Atlantic Empires Conference. Chicago, IL: Loyola University-Chicago.

Heath, E. (2009, April 30). Defining Colonial Citizenship in Guadeloupe. Worldmaking. Chicago, IL: Society of Fellows, University of Chicago.

Heath, E. (2009, March 31). Agricultural Education and the Creation of Skilled Farmers in the Aude. Society for French Historical Studies Annual Meeting. St. Louis, MO: Society for French Historical Studies.

Heath, E. (2008, April 30). Contested Commemorations: Celebrating Victor Schoelcher in Guadeloupe during the early Third Republic. Society for French Historical Studies Annual Meeting. New Brunswick, NJ: Society for French Historical Studies.

Heath, E. (2008, September 30). Citizenship, Labor, and Assimilation in Colonial Guadeloupe. Commodities of Empire Workshop. London, United Kingdom: British Academy.

Heath, E. (2007, October 31). Rethinking the Countryside in fin-de-siècle France. Seminar in Rural History. Chicago, IL: Newberry Library.

Heath, E., & Austen, R. (2007, May 31). Imperial Nations or Separate Spheres? The Significance of Colonialism in British and French Domestic History. Empires and their Contested Pasts: 28th Irish Conference of Historians. Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK: Queen's University.

Heath, E. (2007, January 31). Union Member and Citizen. American Historical Association Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA: American Historical Association.

Heath, E. (2006, November 30). Memory, Slavery, and Citizenship in Guadeloupe. Southern Historical Association Annual Meeting. Birmingham, AL: Latin American and Caribbean Section of the Southern Historical Association.

Heath, E. A. Dressed in Blue Painted Handkerchiefs with Tiny Flowers: Slavery, Interstitial Spaces, and the Development of the French Cotton Industry. Society for French Historical Studies Annual Meeting. Hampstead, New York: Society for French Historical Studies. In Progress.

Heath, E. A. An Intimacy Based on Invisibility: Food and Drink Ritual in Colonial Algeria. French Colonial Historical Society Annual Meeting. Charlottesville, VA: French Colonial Historical Society. In Progress.

Reviews

Heath, E. A. (2024,May 21). Review of A Velvet Empire: French Informal Imperialism in the Nineteenth Century by David Todd. Histoire sociale/Social History.

Heath, E. (2024,January 21). Review of Alternative Agriculture in Europe (sixteenth-twentieth centuries), edited by Gérard Béaur. H-France.

Heath, E. (2021,June 1). Review of Maroon Nation: A History of Revolutionary Haiti by Johnhenry Gonzalez. American Historical Review.

Heath, E. (2020,June 1). Review of The Sober Revolution: Appellation Wine and the Transformation of France by Joseph Bohling. Journal of Modern History.

Heath, E. (2019,June 1). Review of Paradise Destroyed: Catastrophe and Citizenship in the French Caribbean by Christopher Church. New West Indian Guide/Nieuwe West-Indische Gids.

Heath, E. (2018,October 1). Review of To Be Free and French: Citizenship in France’s Atlantic Empire. American Historical Review.

Heath, E. (2018,June 1). Review of Seeking Imperialism’s Embrace: National Identity, Decolonization, and Assimilation in the French Caribbean. By Kristen Stromberg Childers.. Journal of Modern History.

Heath, E. (2018,April 1). Review of Why Europe Conquered the World by Philip Hoffman. H-France Review.

Heath, E. (2017,December 1). Review of L’Autre citoyen. L’idéal républicain et les Antilles après l’esclavage. By Silyane Larcher. . Journal of Modern History.

Heath, E. (2017,July 1). Review of Vital Minimum: Need, Science, and Politics in Modern France by Dana Simmons. Canadian Journal of History/Annales Canadiennes d'Histoire.

Heath, E. (2016,September 1). Review of Colonial Food in Interwar Paris: The Taste of Empire by Lauren Janes. Global Food History.

Heath, E. (2015,June 1). Margaret Cook Anderson, Regeneration through Empire: French Pronatalists and Colonial Settlement in the Third Republic; Pascal Blanchard, Sandrine Lemaire, Nicholas Bancel, and Dominic Thomas, Colonial Culture in France Since the Revolution; Frederick Cooper, Citizenship between Empire and Nation: Remaking France and French Africa, 1945-1960; Mary Dewhurst Lewis, Divided Rule: Sovereignty and Empire in French Tunisia, 1881-1938. Journal of World History.

Heath, E. A. (1970,January 1). Review of Yan Slobodkin, The Starving Empire: A History of Famine in France's Colonies. Journal of Vietnamese History. In Progress.

Heath, E. A. (1970,January 1). Review of Coconut: A Global History by Mary Newman and Constance L. Kirker. H-Environment. In Progress.

Research Currently in Progess

Heath, E.(n.d.). Book-Length Manuscript: Invisible Empires: Capitalism, Colonialism, and the Making of the Modern French Self, 1750-1950. In Progress.

A book-length project that reassesses the role that French imperialism played in the economic development of modern France and its particular approach to industrial capitalism.

Heath, E.(n.d.). Digital Project: Visualizing Colonial France in the Eighteenth Century. In Progress.

“Visualizing Colonial France,” draws upon detailed research in the commercial and notarial records, business correspondence, and family papers housed in archives of the economic centers of 18th century France in order to map points of colonial contact. When complete, this project will create a digital map that will reveal multiple layers of colonial connections and a novel understanding of how colonial connections shaped the political and economic transformations of Paris and France in the eighteenth century

Heath, E., & Landweber, J.(n.d.). Digital Project: Visualizing the Data of the Eighteenth-Century French Caribbean. In Progress.

This project will transform seventeenth and eighteenth-century census data from the French Caribbean into digital datasets that can be used with georeferenced historical maps for GIS mapping projects. When complete, datasets and georeferenced maps will be made available to the wider scholarly community as an open access resource. The completed project will become an invaluable resource for historians of the French Empire, the Caribbean, and the Atlantic World as well as historical geographers, demographers, economists, and sociologists. In addition, the datasets and maps will offer a unique teaching tool that will allow students, especially undergraduates, to engage in primary research and hone their skills in the digital humanities.

TitleFunding Agency SponsorStart DateEnd DateAwarded DateTotal FundingStatus
Everyday Colonialism, Everyday Capitalism: Commodities of Empire and the Making of the Modern French Self, 1750-1970PSC-CUNY 5107/01/202012/31/202204/17/20206000Completed
Everyday Colonialism, Everyday Capitalism: Commodities of Empire and the Making of the Modern FrenchPSC-CUNY 5007/01/201912/31/202204/13/20196000Completed
Everyday Colonialism: Commodities of Empire and the Making of Modern FrancePSC-CUNY 4807/01/201706/30/201804/14/20173500Completed
Everyday Colonialism: Commodities of Empire and the Making of Modern FrancePSC-CUNY 4707/01/201606/30/201704/15/20163500Completed
Everyday Colonialism: Commodities of Empire and the Making of Modern FrancePSC-CUNY 4607/01/201506/30/201604/17/20153500Completed
Everyday Colonialism: Commodities of Empire and the Making of Modern FrancePSC-CUNY 4507/01/201406/30/201504/15/20145986Completed
Everyday Colonialism, Everyday Capitalism: Commodities of Empire and the Making of the Modern French Self, 1750-1970PSC-CUNY 5407/01/202306/30/202404/18/20236000Funded - In Progress
Everyday Colonialism, Everyday Capitalism: Commodities of Empire and the Making of the Modern French Self, 1750-1970 PSC CUNY 5307/01/202212/31/202304/15/20226000Funded - In Progress
Honor / AwardOrganization SponsorDate ReceivedDescription
Distinguished Faculty AwardAdvanced Research Collaborative, The Grad Center-CUNY2021
Nominee, Outstanding Honors Teaching AwardBaruch College Honors Program2017
Notable Contribution, Second Annual Maker Hub Faculty Assignment Design ChallengeBaruch College Maker Hub2017
Alf Andrew Heggoy Prize for best book in French colonial history from 1848 to the present for the yearFrench Colonial Historical Society2015
Nominee, Quantrell Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching University of Chicago2010
Von Holst Prize LectureshipDepartment of History, University of Chicago2004

College

Committee NamePosition RoleStart DateEnd Date
Honors Program Admissions CommitteeCommittee MemberPresent
Brightspace Transition Team, Weissman RepresentativeCommittee ChairPresent
Weissman Mentor Pod Co-MentorCo-MentorPresent
Executive Committee, Department of History, Baruch College-CUNYCommittee MemberPresent
Second Reader, Noah Bloomberg, ThesisSecond Reader12/31/2020
Curriculum Committee, Department of History, Baruch College-CUNYCommittee Member9/30/2020
Weissman School of Arts and Sciences Representative to the Marxe School of Public and International AffairsCommittee Member7/31/2020
Curriculum Committee, Department of History, Baruch College-CUNYCommittee Member12/31/2019
Executive Committee, Department of History, Baruch College-CUNYCommittee Member12/31/2019
Third Reader, Jennifer Michaels Honors Thesis12/31/2018
Early U.S. History Search Committee, Baruch College-CUNYCommittee Chair12/31/2018
Honors Program Admissions CommitteeCommittee Member2/28/2018
VoiceThread Pilot Program, Baruch CollegeAttendee, Meeting12/31/2017
Committee on the LibraryCommittee Member12/31/2016
Third Reader, Monika Jankowski Honor Thesis12/31/2016
Committee on Educational TechnologyCommittee Member12/31/2016
Strategic Planning Committee, Department of History, Baruch College-CUNYCommittee Member4/30/2015
Latin American History Search Committee, Department of History, Baruch College-CUNYCommittee Member1/31/2014

University

Committee NamePosition RoleStart DateEnd Date
PSC-CUNY Grant Reviewer (History)Committee Member1/24/2022Present
Doctoral Dissertation Committee, Sophie Tunney (The Lost and Forgotten Plants of France: French Botanical Networks in Provincial and Colonial France, 1760-1825)Committee Member3/1/20225/16/2022
Teach@CUNY Summer InstituteFaculty Speaker8/31/2018
PSC-CUNY Grant Proposal ReviewCommittee Member1/31/2018
Doctoral Dissertation Committee (Lauren Saxton, Before Addiction: The Medical History of Alcoholism in Nineteenth-Century France)Committee Member10/1/20143/31/2015

Professional

OrganizationPosition RoleOrganization StateOrganization CountryStart DateEnd DateAudience
French Historical StudiesEditorial Review Board Member5/1/2023PresentInternational
Society for French Historical Studies, Local Arrangements Committee for Annual ConferenceCommittee Member11/1/2023PresentInternational
French Colonial Historical Society, Book Prize CommitteeCommittee Member6/1/2023PresentInternational
French Historical StudiesReviewer, Journal Article1/15/2024PresentInternational
H-France, Assistant Editor, H-France Review/ForumH-France Review/H-France Forum Search Engine Maintenance1/1/2016Present
French Colonial Historical Society, Book Prize CommitteeCommittee Chair8/1/20206/15/2023International
Cornell University PressReviewer, Book12/1/202212/31/2022International
French Historical StudiesReviewer, Journal Article8/1/20228/31/2022International
French Colonial Historical Society, Book Prize CommitteeCommittee Member1/1/20207/31/2020
Harvard University PressReviewer, Book8/31/2019
Annual Meeting Travel Grants Committee, American Historical AssociationCommittee Member1/1/20171/31/2019
Cornell University PressReviewer, Book8/31/2018
Bloomsbury Press, Reviewer, Textbook Proposal12/31/2017
Social Science HistoryReviewer, Journal Article12/31/2016
Raymond J. Cunningham Prize Committee, American Historical AssociationCommittee Member12/31/2016
Routledge Press, Jeremy Popkin's A History of Modern France Reviewer, Textbook12/31/2016
Netherlands Organization for Scientific ResearchReviewer, Grant Proposal12/31/2015
Bloomsbury PressReviewer, Book12/31/2015
Global Food History JournalReviewer, Journal Article12/31/2014
ConsultantFlorida1/1/201212/31/2014
Bloomsbury Press, Reviewer, Book Proposal12/31/2014
McGraw-Hill Publishers, Hunt et al., eds. The Making of the WestReviewer, Textbook12/31/2013
Miami-Florida European Union Center for Excellence Research Award and Faculty Curriculum Development Grants, Florida International Development Reviewer, Grant Proposal12/31/2013
Modern African History Search Committee, Department of History, Florida International UniversityCommittee Member1/1/201212/31/2013
Undergraduate Committee, Department of History, Florida International UniversityCommittee Member1/1/201212/31/2013
Junior Fellows Liaison, Search Committee for University of Chicago Harper-Schmidt Postdoctoral Fellows, University of Chicago1/1/200812/31/2011
Dissertation Colloquy, Department of History, University of Chicago, Student Coordinator1/1/200612/31/2007
Chicago History and Human Rights Symposium, The University of ChicagoWorkshop Organizer12/31/2007
Modern European History Workshop, Department of History, University of Chicago, Student Coordinator1/1/200412/31/2006
Europe in Motion, Europe at the Crossroads Conference, University of Chicago, Conference Co-Organizer1/1/200412/31/2005
Department of History, University of Chicago, Graduate Student Representative1/1/200212/31/2003
Department of History, University of Chicago, Organizer, Seminar Paper Mentor Program1/1/200212/31/2003
Department of History, University of Chicago Seminar Paper Mentor1/1/200112/31/2002Local

Public

OrganizationPosition RoleOrganization StateOrganization CountryStart DateEnd DateAudience
Q & A: The Haitian Revolution, Social Sciences, Beacon High School1/31/2017
Q & A: The Haitian Revolution, Social Sciences, Beacon High School1/31/2016