If you are interested in reading any of these chapters, then send me a message, and I will e-mail you a copy.
‘Cuba, sugar cane and the reluctant embedding of scientific method: Agete’s La Caña de Azúcar en Cuba’, in Willem van Schendel (ed.), Embedding Commodities, forthcoming 2013
‘In cane’s shadow: commodity plantations and the local agrarian economy on Cuba’s mid-nineteenth century sugar frontier’, in Jonathan Curry-Machado (ed.), The Global and Local History of Commodities of Empire, London: Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming 2013
‘The World in a Tea Cup: Brewing Global History through Commodities’, introductory essay in Heather Streets (ed.), Commodities, Culture, and History: the Products that have Changed the World, New York: Facts on File, forthcoming 2012
‘Contradiction, Exclusion and Disruptive Identities: The interaction of engineering migrants with mid-nineteenth century Cuban society’, in A. Asgharzadeh, E. Lawson, K. Oca and A. Wahab (eds), Diasporic Ruptures: Globality, Migrancy and Expressions of Identity, Vol.1, Rotterdam: Sense, 2007
‘Catalysts in the Crucible: kidnapped Caribbeans, free black British subjects and migrant British machinists in the failed Cuban revolution of 1843’, in Nancy Naro (ed.), Blacks and National Identity in 19th Century Latin America, London: ILAS, 2003