Journal Articles

If you are unable to access any of these articles, then send me a message, and I will e-mail you a copy.

‘Two Islands, One Commodity: Cuba, Java and the Global Sugar Trade (1790-1930)’, New West Indian Guide, (December 2012) (with Ulbe Bosma)

‘Running from Albion: Migration to Cuba from the British Isles in the 19th Century’, International Journal of Cuban Studies, 2:1 (2009)

Editorial – Commodities, empires, and global history’, Journal of Global History, 4:1 (2009) (with Sandip Hazareesingh)

“Rich flames and hired tears”: Sugar, sub-imperial agents and the Cuban phoenix of empire’, Journal of Global History, 4:1 (2009)

‘Privileged Scapegoats: The Manipulation of Migrant Engineering Workers in Mid-Nineteenth Century Cuba’, Caribbean Studies, 35:1 (2007)

‘Sin azúcar no hay país: The Transnational Counterpoint of Sugar and Nation in Nineteenth Century Cuba’, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 84:1 (2007)

How Cuba Burned with the Ghosts of British Slavery: Race, Abolition and the Escalera’, Slavery and Abolition, 25:1 (2004)

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