Gender and Racial Capitalism: Atlantic Geographies of Sexual and Social Reproduction
A presentation from 2022–2023 Evelyn Green Davis Fellow Elizabeth Maddock Dillon
Elizabeth Maddock Dillon teaches courses in the fields of early American literature, Atlantic theatre and performance, and transatlantic print culture. At Radcliffe, she will work on a book that explores the forms of racialized labor, property ownership, and inheritance that shaped plantation culture in the early Caribbean and laid the groundwork for structures of gender and race that persist into the present.
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