In September 2020, my first book ‘Advocates of Freedom: African American Transatlantic Abolitionism in the British Isles’ will be published by Cambridge University Press. Check out the blurb/info here and if you have any questions do feel free to get in touch with me using the email on the ‘About’ page.
I also have a few books forthcoming:
1) ‘Deafening Applause: Frederick Douglass in Britain and Ireland’, with Prof. John Kauffman-McKivigan. (Edinburgh University Press, 2021)
2) ‘Bookmakers Not Bootblackers: An Anthology of African American Slave Narratives in Britain and Ireland’, with Prof. Celeste-Marie Bernier (Edinburgh University Press, 2021)
3) ‘Time of Freedom: An Anthology of African American Oratory in Britain and Ireland’, with Prof. Celeste-Marie Bernier (Edinburgh University Press, 2021)
You can access some of the articles/chapters I’ve recently published on my academia page, here.
1) ‘I shall speak out against this and other evils’: African American activism in the British Isles 1865–1903 (Slavery & Abolition, 2020)
2) ‘Monstrous Perversions and Lying Inventions: Moses Roper’s Performative Resistance to the Transatlantic Imagination of American Slavery’ (Violence from Slavery to #BlackLivesMatter book, published 2019)
3) “My Name is Not Tom’: Josiah Henson’s Fight to Reclaim His Identity in Britain 1876-1877 (Memory and Postcolonial Studies, 2019)
4) ‘With almost electric speed: mapping African American abolitionists in Britain and Ireland 1838 1847’ (Slavery & Abolition, 2018)
5) “It is all a Thing of the Past”: An Interview with Frederick Douglass, 1886’ (African American Review, 2018)
6) “A Negro Hercules: Frederick Douglass in Britain” (Journal of Celebrity Studies, 2016).