Anne Eller

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Assistant Professor
Office: 
HGS 205
Phone: 
203-432-4585
Fields of interest: 

Latin America and the Caribbean, Emancipation, Haitian and Dominican studies; African Diaspora

Bio: 

Anne Eller is an assistant professor of Latin American and Caribbean history.  She received her degree in history of the African Diaspora and Latin America from NYU; her dissertation received the Dean’s prize for outstanding dissertation in the humanities, 2011-2012. Her first book, We Dream Together, focuses on the reoccupation of the Dominican Republic by Spain in 1861, the popular anti-colonial movement that followed, and collective emancipation battles throughout the Caribbean. She has participated in colloquia at venues like the Dominican National Archives and Philadelphia’s Taller Puertorriqueño and in the Digital Library of the Caribbean’s online exhibit “Haiti: An Island Luminous.”  Currently, her research explores the political struggles over emancipation and citizenship in greater Caribbean and hemispheric context during the nineteenth century.

At Yale, she teaches courses in modern and colonial Latin American and Caribbean history, Caribbean political thought, comparative colonialisms, citizenship, and the African Diaspora.

Selected publications

 

 
“The tree that says ‘yes’: Césaire’s Nature and Revolutionary Universalism.” For Columbia University’s The Work of the Man Has Only Just Begun: Legacies of Césaire.
 

 


Period: 
Early Modern
Modern
Geography: 
Atlantic
Caribbean
Global/International
Latin America
Thematic: 
Comparative
Cultural
Empires & Colonialism
Intellectual
Political
Race & Ethnicity