Vanessa Mongey

Vanessa Mongey specializes in Atlantic work history with a focus on international relations, the Age of Revolutions, and Caribbean history. She is now at Newcastle University (UK) and has also worked for museums. Her forthcoming book, Foreigners of Desperate Fortune: Cosmopolitan Revolutions in the Greater Caribbean (1780-1840) argues that ephemeral cosmopolitan, revolutionary, anti-imperialist republican projects in the Caribbean shaped the national cultures and racial categories as we know them today. Her research on the Haitian diaspora has been published in The Americas and Atlantic Studies. She is working on the regulation of international travel in the nineteenth century North Atlantic world.

Works Annotated:
Montague, Ludwell L. “Réponse à ‘L’indépendance Haïtienne et Le Commerce Américain Devant Le Congrès Des Etats-Unis de l’Amérique Du Nord En 1806.’” Revue de La Société d’Histoire et de Géographie d’Haïti 14, no. 48 (1943): 17–19.

Debien, G. “Refugiés de Saint-Domingue Aux Etats-Unis.” Revue Haïtienne d’Histoire et de Géographie 20, no. 74 (1949): 32–74.

Barthélemy, Gérard. “Les Eslaves Révoltés à Saint-Domingue: Supplétifs, Mercenaires et Combattants.” Revue de La Société Haïtienne d’Histoire, de Géographie et de Géologie, no. 224 (2006): 15–29.