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Curriculum Vitae
DALE WAYNE TOMICH

Personal Data:
Date of Birth: March 25, 1946
Place of Birth: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
University Address: Department of Sociology

Binghamton University

P.O. Box 6000

Binghamton, N.Y. 13901-6000

(607) 777-2628
dtomich@binghaton.edu
Home Address: 425 S. Jensen Road

Vestal, NY 13850-3018

(607) 729-7119
Academic History:
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1976 (History).

M.A. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1971 (History).

B.A. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1968 (History).
Languages: French, Portuguese, Spanish, German, Dutch
Academic Positions


    1. Research Associate in the Department of Anthropology, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University

2007- Research Associate, Laboratório de Antropologia e História, Museu Nacional, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro.


2000 Professor of Sociology and History, Binghamton University

1997 Professor, Department of Sociology, SUNY/Binghamton

1986- 97 Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, SUNY/Binghamton


    1. Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, SUNY/Binghamton


Administrative Experience

Deputy Directory, Fernand Braudel Center, Binghamton University (2006-) Chair, Department of Sociology, Binghamton University (1999-2002)

Director, Graduate Certificate Program in Global Studies, Binghamton University (1999-2002)

Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Sociology, SUNY/Binghamton (1990-1992, 1995-1999).



Visiting Positions

Visiting Professor, Programa de Pós-Graduação em Antropologia Social (PPGAS) Museu Nacional Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (Spring, 2009); Visiting Professor, Department of History, Princeton University (1999); Visiting Professor, Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas, Departamento de História, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil (1998); Visiting Professor, U.F.R., Géographie, Histoire et Sciences de la Société, Université de Paris VII-Denis Diderot (1997); Visiting Professor, Development Studies Program, University of California, Berkeley (1994); Visiting Scholar, Center for Comparative Research in History, Society, and Culture, University of California, Davis (1994); Research Associate, Center for Latin American Studies, University of California, Berkeley (1993-1994); Visiting Lecturer, Department of Sociology, University of California, Davis (1993); Visiting Professor, Latin American Studies Program, University of California, Berkeley (1993); Visiting Professor, Department of History, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Campinas - São Paulo, Brazil (1988).


Awards/Distinctions:

2008 Award for Faculty Excellence in Graduate Student Mentoring. Binghamton University.


2005-2009 The Getty Foundation, Collaborative Research Grant: “The World of the Plantation and the World the Plantations Made: The ‘Great House Tradition’ in the American Landscape.” (With Charles Burroughs, Case Western Reserve University, $278,000.00.)
1991 Distinguished Scholarship Award, Political Economy of the World System Section of the American Sociological Association for Slavery in the Circuit of Sugar: Martinique and the World Economy, 1830-1848, (The Johns Hopkins University Press).
1982-83 Fulbright-Hays Lectureship (Brazil).
1981-82 National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for Independent Study and Research.
1981-82 Social Science Research Council Postdoctoral Grant for International

Research.



1979 SUNY Research Foundation Award.


  1. National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend.


Scholarly Activities:
College of Reviewers for the Canada Research Chairs Program, 2008-
Co-Editor of Book Series “Slavery in the Atlantic World,” University of Florida Press, 2008-
Editorial Board, Book Series “Slavery and Postemancipation,” LIT Verlag (Münster, Germany)
Editorial Board, Contours (Duke University), 2003-.2006
Editorial Board, Review, 1998-
Editorial Board, Taller d’historia (Valencia, Spain), 1993-1994
Editorial Board, New German Critique, 1978-1983.
Editorial Board, Theory and Society, 1977-1981.
Co-Organizer (with Christopher DeCorse) of Joint Fernand Braudel Center and Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs (Syracuse University) Research Working Group on “Built Environments of Atlantic Slavery.” 2007-
Co-coordinator with John Frazier and Ron and Mimi Miller of Joint Project of Fernand Braudel Center (Binghamton University), Department of Geography, GSI Laboratory, Binghamton University, and Historic Natchez Foundation Historical to use GSI mapping to create an on-line historical data bank and multi-scalar historical mapping of the Lower Mississippi Valley.
Member of the Scientific Committee for the International Conference, “Século XIX e as Novas Fronteiras de Escravidão,” to be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in August 2009.
Member of the Scientific Committee for the Fifth International Colloquium on Social History. Universitat Jaume I. Castellón, Spain. (April 3-4, 2008).
Co-Organizer (with Manuel Barcia, University of Leeds) of International Conference “Atlantic Slavery in the Age of Revolution, 1760-1868.” The Institute of Colonial and Post-Colonial Studies. University of Leeds, UK. (Dec. 12-14, 2007).
Co-Organizer (With Aníbal Quijano) of Symposium "Work at a Turning Point?" XIV World Congress of Sociology. Montréal, Québec, Canada. July 28-August 1, 1998.
Organizer for Panel: "New Technologies and the Organization of Work: Alienation and Fulfillment." XIV World Congress of Sociology. Montréal, Québec, Canada. July 28-August 1, 1998.
Board, Fernand Braudel Center for the Study of Economies, Historical Systems, and Civilizations (SUNY/Binghamton), 1998-.
Publications:
Books:
The Second Slavery: Global Process and Local Histories in the Remaking the American Plantation Periphery, 1815-1888. (In progress.)
(With Reinaldo Funes Monzote, Carlos Venegas Fornias, and Rafael de Bivar Marquese,) New Landscapes of Slavery: The Production of Plantation Space in Cuba, Brazil, and the United States in the Nineteenth Century. (In progress.)
Plantation Perspectives: Technology, Labor, and Representation in the Nineteenth Century Cuban Sugar Frontier. (In progress.)
(With Cathérine Coquery Vidrovitch.) Rethinking Atlantic History. (In progress.)
Through the Prism of Slavery: Labor, Capital, and World Economy. (Boulder CO: Rowman and Littlefield, 2004.) Portuguese translation. O Prisma de Escravidão. (University of São Paulo Press, in press).
Slavery in the Circuit of Sugar: Martinique and the World Economy, 1830-1848. (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1990.)
Edited Volumes
Atlantic Slavery in the Age of Revolution, 1760-1868. (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, in progress) Co-edited with Manuel Barcia
The Second Slavery: Mass Slavery, World Economy and Comparative Microhistories. Special double issue of Review, XXXI, 2 and 3 (Forthcoming, 2008). Co-edited with Michael Zeuske (Universität zu Köln, Germany).

História de Escravidão Atlântica.  Special issue of Estudos AfroAsiáticos (Universidade Candido Mendes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 26, 2 (May-August, 2004). Co-edited with Flávio dos Santos Gomes (Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro).
Book Chapters, Articles and Translations:
“The Order of Historical Time: Fernand Braudel and Italian Microstoria,” in The Longue Durée and World-Systems Analysis. Richard Lee, ed. (Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers, forthcoming).
(With Reinaldo Funes Monzote) “Naturaleza, tecnologia y esclavitud en Cuba: Frontera azucarera y Revolución industrial, 1815,1870,” in Trabajo libre y trabajo coactivo en sociedades de plantación. José Antonio Piqueras, ed. (Valencia: Fundación Instituto de Historia Social, forthcoming).
“La invención del ingenio cubano: espacio, tiempo y administración de trabajo, 1820-1860,” in Francisco Arango y la invención de la Cuba azucarera. Izaskun Álvarez Cuartero, ed. (Madrid: CSIC, forthcoming).
“Econocide? From Abolition to Emancipation in the British and French Caribbean,” in The Caribbean: An Illustrated History. Stephan Palmié and Francisco Scarano, eds. (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press: forthcoming).
“Thinking the ‘Unthinkable’: Victor Schoelcher and the Haitian Revolution,” Review, XXXI, 3 (In Press, 2008). “Pensando o impensável: Victor Schoelcher e a Revolução Haitiana,” Mana. Estudos de Antropologia Social (Rio de Janeiro, forthcoming)
Translation of Flávio dos Santos Gomes, “Backwoodsmen, Runaways and the Frontiers of Emancipation in Maranhão,” Review, XXXI, 3 (In Press, 2008).

(With Michael Zeuske) “The Second Slavery: Mass Slavery, World Economy and Comparative Microhistories,” in Review, XXXI, 2 (In Press, 2008).

(With Rafael Marquese) “O Vale de Paraíba escravista e a formação do mercado mundial do café no século XIX,” in O Brasil Império (1808-1889), vol. 2. Keila Grinberg e Ricardo Salles, eds. (Rio de Janeiro: Civilização Brasileira, in press, 2008).
“Régimes du travail esclave dans l’économie Atlântique,” Actes du conference Les Traites, Les Esclavages. Leurs productions sociales et culturelles: bilan et perspectives. Myriam Cottias, ed. (Paris: L’École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales).
“Anomalies, Clues, and Neglected Transcripts: Microhistory and Representations of the Cuban Sugar Frontier, 1820-1860,” in Event, Place, and Narrative Craft: Method and Meaning in Microhistory, edited by James F. Brooks, Christopher DeCorse, and John Walton. Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA: School of American Research Press, (in press).

“Fields of Toil,” History Workshop Journal 62 (Autumn, 2006). 310-318. (Review essay.)


“Vitorino Magalhães Godinho: Atlantic History, World History,” Review XXVIII, 4 (2005), 305-312.
Portugal and the Making of the Atlantic World: Sugar Fleets and Gold Fleets, the Seventeenth to the Eighteenth Centuries,” Review XXVIII, 4 (2005), 313-337. Translation of Vitorino Magalhães Godinho, “Le Portugal et la Construction du Monde Atlantique: Les flottes du sucre et les flottes de l’or. XVIIe-XVIIIe siècles,” Annales, V, 1 (janvier-mai 1950), 32-36 and V, 2 (avril-juin, 1950), 184-197.

“Material Process and Industrial Architecture: Innovation on the Cuban Sugar Frontier, 1818-1857,” in Nature, Raw Materials, and Political Economy, Paul Ciccantell, Gay Seidman, David A. Smith, eds. (Amsterdam: JAI / Elsevier, 2005), pp. 287-307.


“Plantations, The Americas,” in Encyclopedia of Western Colonialism since 1450. 3 vols. Benjamin, Thomas (ed).  (Detroit: MacMillan Reference USA, 2007).
“Pensando lo ‘impensable’: Victor Schoelcher y la revolución haitiana,” Revista Del Caribe (Santiago de Cuba) 45 (Abril, 2005), 16-23.
“Atlantic History and World Economy: Concepts and Constructions,” Protosociology, 20 (2004), 102-121. “O Atlântico como Espaço Histórico,” in História Atlântica.  Special issue of Estudos AfroAsiáticos , 26, 2 (Rio de Janeiro, 2004), 221-240. Spanish translation, Historia atlántica y economía mundial: conceptos y construcciones. Revista Del Caribe 47, (Santiago de Cuba, 2005), 15-24.
“The Wealth of Empire: Francisco Arango y Parreño, Political Economy, and the Second Slavery in Cuba,” Comparative Studies in Society and History 45, 1 (January, 2003), 4-28. Also in Interpreting Spanish Colonialism: Empires, Nations, and Legends, Christopher Schmidt-Nowara and John Nieto-Phillips, eds. (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2005),54-85. Also published as “La richesse et l”Empire: l’esclavage et la production sucrière á Cuba apres la Révolution de Saint-Domingue,” in 1802: rétablissement de l'esclavage dans les colonies françaises, Marcel Dorigny et Yves Bénot, eds. (Paris: Éditions Maisonneuve et Larose, 2003). “A Riqueza do Império: Francisco Arango y Parreño, Economia Política e a Segunda Escravidão em Cuba,” Revista de História (University of São Paulo), 149 (Feb., 2003), 11-43.
“Slavery in Martinique in the French Caribbean,” in Caribbean Slavery in the Atlantic World, Verene A. Shepherd and Hilary McD. Beckles, eds. (Princeton: Markus Wiener, 2000).
(With Carolyn Fick) "The French Caribbean," in Encyclopedia of Slavery, Seymour Drescher and Stanley L. Engerman, eds. (New York: Oxford University Press, 1998.)
"Spaces of Slavery: Times of Freedom: Rethinking Caribbean History in World Perspective," Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East XVII, 1 (1997), 67-80.
"World of Capital, Worlds of Labor: Reworking Class in Global Perspective." in Reworking Class: Cultures and Institutions of Economic Stratification and Agency , John R. Hall, ed. (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1997), 287-311.
"Plantations in Latin America," Encyclopedia of Latin American History (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, in press.)
"The Black Diaspora," The History Workshop Journal, 42 (Autumn, 1996), 330-335. Reprinted in Afro-Ásia (Centro de Estudos Afro-Orientais da Universidade Federal da Bahia) 17 (1996), 252-259.
"Contested Terrains: Houses, Provision Grounds, and the Reconstitution of Labor in Post-Emancipation Martinique," in Mary Turner, ed., From Chattel Slavery to Wage Slavery (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1995), 241-257.
"Visions of Liberty: Martinique in 1848," Proceedings of the Nineteenth Meeting of the French Colonial Historical Society, Providence Rhode Island, May, 1993 (Cleveland: French Colonial Historical Society, 1994), 164-172.
"Small Islands & Huge Comparisons: Caribbean Plantations, Historical Unevenness, & Capitalist Modernity," Social Science History 18, 3 (Fall, 1994), 339-358.
"World Market and American Slavery: Problems of Historical Method," in Els espais del mercat, Manuel Cerdá, ed. (Valencia, Spain: Diputació de Valencia, 1993), 213-240.
"Trabalho Escravo e Trabalho Livre: Origens Historicas do Capital" Revista USP (Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil) 13 (Março-Maio, 1992), 100-117.
"Gender: The Production of Social Relations," International Labor and Working-Class History 41 (Spring, 1992), 37-41.
"World Slavery and Caribbean Capitalism: The Cuban Sugar Industry, 1760-1868," Theory and Society 20, 3 (June, 1991), 297-319.
"Une Petite Guinée: Provision Ground and Plantation in Martinique, 1830-1870," Slavery and Abolition 12, 1 (May, 1991), 68-91. Reprinted in The Slaves' Economy. Independent Production by Slaves in the Americas, Ira Berlin and Philip D. Morgan, eds. (London: Frank Cass & Co. Ltd., 1991), 68-91. Also reprinted in Cultivation and Culture: Labor and the Shaping of Slave Life in the Americas, Ira Berlin and Philip D. Morgan, eds. (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1993), 221-242.
"The Other Face of Slave Labor: Provision Grounds and Internal Marketing in Martinique," in Caribbean Slave Society and Economy: A Student Reader, Hilary McD. Beckles and Verene A. Shepherd, eds. (Kingston, JA: Ian Randle; London: James Currey, 1991), 304-318. Reprinted in Caribbean Slavery in the Atlantic World, Verene A. Shepherd and Hilary McD. Beckles, eds. (Princeton: Markus Wiener, 2000).
"A Brecha Camponesa," in Actualidade e Abolição, Manuel Correia de Andrade and Eliane Moury Fernandes, orgs. (Editora Massanga: Recife - PE, Brasil).
"Caribbean Slavery and the Struggle over Reproduction," in Working Without Wages: Domestic Labor and Self-Employment Within Capitalism, Jane Collins and Martha Gimenez, eds. (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1990), 116-124.
"Liberté ou Mort: Republicanism and Slave Revolt in Martinique, February, 1831," History Workshop Journal 29, (Spring, 1990), 85-91.
"Sugar Technology and Slave Labor in Martinique, 1830-1848," De Nieuwe West-Indische Gids, 63, 1/2, (1989), 118-134.
"The 'Second Slavery:' Bonded Labor and the Transformation of the Nineteenth Century World Economy," in Rethinking the Nineteenth Century: Movements and Contradictions, Francisco O. Ramirez, ed. (Westport, CT, Greenwood Press, 1988), 103-117.
"White Days, Black Days: The Working Day and the Crisis of Slavery in the French Caribbean," in Crises in the Caribbean Basin, Richard A. Tardanico, ed. (Newbury Park, California, Sage Publications, 1987), 31-45.
"Rapporti Sociali di Produzione e Mercato Mondiale nel Dibattito Recente sulla Transizione dal Feudalismo al Capitalismo," Studi Storici, 21, 3 (Luglio-Settembre, 1980), 539-564. Spanish translation: "Relaciones sociales de producción y mercado mundial en el debate reciente sobre la transición del feudalismo al capitalismo," Manuscrits. Revista d'História Moderna (Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona) 4/5 (Abril, 1987), 209-239.
"The Dialectic of Colonialism and Culture: The Origins of the Négritude of Aimé Césaire," Review, II, 3 (Winter, 1979), 351-385.
"The United States and Latin America: Two Types of Violence," with James Petras, Studies in Romance Languages and Literatures: Essays Critical and Contextual, Sandra Messinger Cypess, editor (Lawrence, Kansas: Coronado Press, 1979).
"Georges Haupt, 1928-1978," with Anson G. Rabinbach, in New German Critique, No. 14, (Spring 1978), 3-6. Reprinted in International Labor and Working Class History, No. 14-15 (Spring 1979), 2-5.
Translation of "Why the History of the Working-Class Movement?" by Georges Haupt, in New German Critique, 14, (Spring 1978), 7-27, and in Review, II, 1, (Summer, 1978).
"Images and Realities of Violence: The United States and Latin America," with James Petras, in Conflict, Order, and Peace in the Americas, Part II: Analyses of the Issues, Michael E. Conroy and Norman V. Walbek, ed. (Austin, Texas: Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas, 1978), 91-136. Reprinted in Revista de Sociologia, XL, Numero extraordinario (E), 1978, 195-231.
"Some Further Reflections on Class and Class Conflict in the World-Economy," (Binghamton, NY: Working Papers of the Fernand Braudel Center for the Study of Economies, Historical Systems and Civilizations, 1977).
Book Reviews in:
Agricultural History, The Americas, The American Historical Review, American Journal of Sociology, Contemporary Sociology, Hispanic American Historical Review, The Historian, History Workshop Journal, Journal of Forest History, The Journal of Peasant Studies, Journal of Social History, Nieuwe West-Indische Gids, Slavery and Abolition, Social Forces, Social History, William & Mary Quarterly, The Historian.
Invited Papers:
Guest Lectures:
”Re-Thinking the Global” presented at conference “Thinking About Globalization,” Grand Valley State University. Grand Rapids, MI. May 11, 2007.
“Making the Cuban Sugar Frontier, 1820-1860: A Spatial History.” Department of Anthropology, Syracuse University. Syracuse, NY. April 19, 2006.
“The World of the Plantation.” Department of African and African-American Studies, Duke University. Durham, NC. April 6, 2006.
“Making the Sugar Frontier, Remaking Slavery: Material Processes, Social Practices, and the Cuban Ingenio, 1820-1868.” Comparative History Colloquium. Department of History, Cornell University. Ithaca, New York. March 27, 2006.

“E.P. Thompson e a História do Trabalho.” Departamento de História, Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. August 19, 2005.


“Image and Order: Lithography and the Space of the Cuban Sugarmill, 1820-1860.” The Atlantic Seminar. The University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. February 15, 2005.

“Power, Appropriation, and Resistance in Historical Capitalism,” Department of Development Sociology, Cornell University. November 18, 2004.

“O Impacto da Revolução Haitiana no Mundo Atlântico,” presented to Department of History, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil, August 11, 2004.

“Problemas de História Atlântica,” presented to program in Escravidão e História Atlântica, Department of History, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil, August 11, 2004.

“A Revolução Haitiana, Abolicionismo, e Republicanismo no Pensamento de Victor Schoelcher,” presented at the Laboratório de Antropologia e História, Instituto de Filosofia e Ciências Sociais, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro,Brazil, August 5, 2004.

“The Global Production of Local Difference: Toward a Historical Geography of the Atlantic Plantation Periphery,” Critical Development Seminar, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA. November 16, 2001.


“The Wealth of Empire: Francisco Arango y Parreño, Enlightenment, and Slavery in Cuba,” Latin American Studies Program, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA. November 15, 2001.
“The Local Context of Global Action: Slaves, Peasants, and Workers in the Caribbean,” presented the Department of Rural Sociology, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. April 24, 2001.
“The African Diaspora.” Roundtable Discussion. Department of History. Princeton University. Princeton, New Jersey. March 2, 1999.
“African Diaspora, Atlantic History: Changing the Boundaries of Historical Inquiry,” presented to the African Studies Program, the Department of Afro-American Studies and the Latin American Studies Program, University of Wisconsin, Madison WI. November 24, 1998.
“Strategies for Comparative Historical Research,” presented to the Global Studies Program, University of Wisconsin, Madison WI. November 23, 1998.
“Mercado, Trabalho e Dominação no Pensamento dos Escravistas Cubanos,” presented to Departamento de História, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte - MG, Brasil. July 15, 1998.
“Thinking Through Slavery: Discourse and Ideology in the Analysis of Nineteenth Century Planter Thought,” Institute for Global Studies in Culture, Power, and History, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD. (February 17, 1998).
“Slavery and Emancipation in the French Caribbean,” presented to the Seminar on Caribbean History, Society, and Culture, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. October 10, 1994.
“19th Century Slavery in Brazil: Current Themes in Research,” Roundtable Discussion. Center for Latin American Studies, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA. May 24, 1994.
“Good Slaves, Bad Citizens: Reorganizing Labor in Post-Emancipation Martinique,” presented to the Economic History Workshop, Department of Economics, University of California, Davis, CA, Jan. 28 1994.
“The Global in the Local: Approaches to the Historical Construction of Time and Space” presented to the Department of Geography, University of California, Berkeley, CA, March 17, 1993.
“Reconstructing Time, Space and Historical Unevenness: World Economy and Comparative Strategies,” presented to the Center for Comparative Research in History, Society, & Culture, University of California, Davis, CA, January 12, 1993.
“Caribbean Counterpoint: Plantation and Peasantry during Slavery and After,” presented at the Department of History, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, March 31, 1992.
“Capitalist Development and Worker Resistance in Brazil: São Paulo, 1964-1982,” presented at the Department of History, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, March 30, 1992.
“Slave Culture, Work, and Subsistence,” presented to the History Workshop Seminar, London, England, May 13, 1991.
“Origins of the Sugar Central in Martinique and Cuba: A Problem in Historical Comparison,” presented to the Program in Atlantic History, Culture and Society, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, December 5, 1989.
“The Haitian Revolution and The History of Slavery in the Americas,” presented to the Seminar on Comparative Post-Emancipation Societies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, October 12, 1988.
“Time, Labor Discipline, and Slavery in the French Caribbean,” paper presented at the Workshop on Post-Emancipation Societies in the Americas, Latin American Studies Program, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y., March 21, 1987.
“Tendências da historiografia sobre a escravidão no Caribe,” presented to the Department of History, University of São Paulo, Brazil, May 19, 1983.
“International Labor Migrations in Historical Perspective,” with James O'Connor, presented to the Department of Sociology, University of California at Santa Barbara, January 30, 1979.
“New World Slavery in the Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism,” presented to the Department of Sociology, University of California at Santa Cruz, January 29, 1979.
Symposia:
“The Order of Historical Time: The Longue Durée and Micro-History,” The Longue Durée and World-Systems Analysis. Colloquium to Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Fernand Braudel, “Histoire et sciences sociales: La longue durée,” Annales E.S.C., XIII, 4, 1958. Fernand Braudel Center, Binghamton University. October 24-25, 2008.

“Impermanent Revolution: The Built Environment of Cuba’s Sugar Zone, 1760-2007,” presented at Permanence and the Built Environment in the Eighteenth Century Atlantic World. The USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute, The Huntington Library, and The Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture. The Huntington Library. San Marino, California. October 3-4, 2008


“La invención del ingenio cubano: espacio, tiempo y administración de trabajo, 1820-1860,” presented at Congreso Internacional “Francisco Arango y la invención de la Cuba azucarera,” Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales del CSIC de Madrid (C/ Albasanz nº 26-28). June 11-13, 2008.
“Material Culture and the Production of Space: Three Plantation Landscapes” at conference “Natural Environment, Built Environment: Labor and Community in Caribbean Plantation Societies.” Fernand Braudel Center, Binghamton University. (April 12-13, 2008).
“Espacio productivo, tiempo, y disciplina de trabajo en las plantactiones de algodón de Missisippi, 1830-1860,” presented at V Coloquio internacional de historia social, "Trabajo libre y trabajo coactivo en sociedades de plantación." Universitat Jaume I (Castellón, España), April 3- 5, 2008.
“Atlantic Slavery and the Age of Revolution,” presented at International conference on “Atlantic Slavery in the Age of Revolution, 1760-1868.” University of Leeds (UK), December 14, 2007.
“Havana 1857: Between the Countryside and the World,” presented at conference: “Modernity and locality: Discrete Spaces in Global Culture.” Binghamton University. October 12, 2007.

“Economies et régimes du travail esclavagistes dans une perspective altântique,” presented at Atelier Les Esclavages: Economie et travail, conference “Les Traites, Les Esclavages. Leurs productions sociales et culturelles: bilan et perspectives.” L’École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales. Paris. June 22, 2006.

Representações Espaciais nos Engenhos de Cana de Açúcar.” Conference on "Poetics of inventory: collections, lists, series and archives." Casa Rui Barbosa, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 31, 2006.
Making Plantation Landscapes: Material Processes, Social Practices and the Cuban Sugar-Mill, 1820-1868.” Conference on Slavery, Enlightenment, and Revolution in Colonial Brazil and Spanish America. Department of History, Fordham University. New York, NY, May 5, 2006.
O mundo das plantations e o mundo que as plantations criaram: ‘a tradição da Casa Grande’ na paisagem americana.” International Conference Canavais, Engenho e Açúcar: História e Cultura Material.” Museu Paulista, Itu -- SP, Brazil. December 2, 2005.

Escravidão Atlântica: Tempos e Espaços.” Conference Mares de Histórias: Espaço, sociedade e história do Atlântico. Laboratório de Antropologia e História, Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. August 18, 2005.


Espaços produtivos, processos materiais, tecnologia e disciplina do trabalho escravo no cinturão açucareiro cubano, 1818-1857.” Conference Mares de Histórias: Espaço, sociedade e história do Atlântico. Laboratório de Antropologia e História, Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. August 17, 2005.
Between Image and Text: Clues, Documentation, and Representation of the Cuban Ingenio, 1820-1860” presented at “Event, Place, and Narrative Craft: Method and Meaning in Microhistory." Advanced Seminar. The School of American Research, Santa Fe, New Mexico. July 20-22, 2005.
Commentator on panel “Caribbean ‘Models’: Saint-Domingue/Haiti and the further Development of Slaveries in the Americas,” Conference on Santo Domingo / Saint Domingue / Cuba: 500 Years of Black Slavery and Transculturation in the Americas. Iberische und Lateinamerikanische Abteilung des Historischen Seminars Universität zu Köln. Cologne, Germany, December 14, 2004.

“La revolución haitiana: el quehacer de lo impensable en el discurso occidentalista,” presented at the International colloquium El Caribe que nos une, Casa del Caribe, Santiago, Cuba, July 5, 2004.


“’Gobernar y Dirigir:’ Slavery, Labor Discipline, and Technology in the Cuban Sugar Belt,” presented at Bondage, Subjugation, and the New Slavery. University of California at Davis, May 29, 2004.
“Thinking the ‘Unthinkable’: Victor Schoelcher and the Haitian Revolution,” presented at The Haitian Revolution in Global Context, The Africana Studies & Research Center and the Society for the Humanities. Cornell University, April 16, 2004.
“The Great House in the Landscape: The Cuban Ingenio” (with Charles Burroughs), presented Home and the World: 1500-1800, The Early Modern Center. The University of California at Santa Barbara, February 20, 2004.

“Iconography and Material Culture: The Industrial Architecture of the Cuban Sugar Mill,” presented at Nature, Raw Materials, and Political Economy. A Conference Celebrating Stephen Bunker’s Contribution to Sociology, The University of Wisconsin. Madison, WI, November 1-2, 2002


“La richesse d’empire: l’esclavage et la pensée économique des planteurs cubains à l’époque de la révolution à Saint-Domingue,” presented at the conference on Ruptures et continuités de la politique coloniale française: 1802 – 1804 – 1825 – 1830, Université de Paris VIII (Saint-Denis). Paris, France, June 20-22, 2002.
Capitalism and Slavery Revisited: Remaking the Slave Commodity Frontier,” presented at the conference on Eric Williams: His Scholarship, Work And Impact, The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York, NY, February 16, 2002.

“Constructing the Sugar Frontier: Francisco Arango y Parreño, Slavery and Enlightenment,,” presented at the conference on Paradigms and Paradigmas: Histories and Historians of the Spanish Colonial Past, Fordham University, New York, NY. September 29, 2001.


“The Pervasive Institution: Hemispheric Perspectives on Comparative Slaveries,” presented at the conference on Greater American Histories, The Huntington Library, San Marino, CA., March 9-10, 2001.
“Global Compositions of Caribbean Labor,” presented at the conference The Global Importance of Being Local, The Crossing Borders Program, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA. March 2-4, 2001.
“Historicity: The Importance of Places and the Particular” presented at the conference Questions of Methodology/ Questioning Foundations: Epistemology – Subjectivity – Context, Ford Group on Nationalism, Citizenship, and Identity, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. April 8, 2000.
"Constructing World Inequality: Market, Labor, and Slavery in Nineteenth Century Cuban Thought," presented at the Twenty-third Annual Political Economy of the World System Conference. University of Maryland, College Park, MD., March 26-27, 1999.
"New World Slavery and Historical Modernity" presented at the Conference on Transmodernity, Historical Capitalism, and Coloniality: A Post-Disciplinary Dialogue, Binghamton University, Binghamton, N.Y., Dec. 4, 1998.
"Slavery, Race and Labor in the Political Economic Discourse of Francisco de Arango y Parreño" presented at the Symposium From Colonial Plantations to Global Peripheries: A Century of Transformations in the Caribbean and Tropical Asia, Caribbean Resource Center, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, P.R. October 8, 1998.
"Transatlantic Translations: E.P. Thompson in Brazil" presented at the Symposium Remembering E.P.Thompson, Brown University, Providence, R.I. March 4, 1995.
Commentator for "Thinking About Contemporary World History," panel presented at the conference on Interpreting Historical Change at the End of the Twentieth Century: The Challenges of the Present Age to Historical Thought and Social Theory, Center for Comparative Research in History, Society, and Culture, University of California, Davis, CA, February 25, 1995.
Participant in roundtable, "Tradição e Novidades," at the conference A História Acolá, Centro de Estudos Norte de Portugal-Aquitânia, Porto, Portugal, December 8-10, 1994.
"Reconstructing the Labor Process: Planter Control and Worker Resistance in Post-Emancipation Martinique," presented at the conference on From Chattel Slavery to Wage Slavery, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London, London, England, May 9-10, 1991.
"World Economy and Local Histories: Markets, Production, and Problems of Historical Method," presented at the conference on Els espais del mercat, Second International Local History Colloquy, University of Valencia, Spain, April 24-26, 1991.
"The Struggle Over Labor: Plantation and Provision Ground in Slavery and Freedom in Martinique, 1830-1870," paper presented at the Conference on Cultivation and Culture: Labor and the Shaping of Slave Life in the Americas, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, April 14, 1989.
"A Outra Face do Trabalho Cativo: A Roça Escrava na Martinica," paper presented at Colóquio: O Negro: Religião e Cultura, Universidade Federal de Bahia, Museu de Arte da Bahia, Salvador - BA, Brasil, June 19, 1988.
"A Brecha Camponesa," paper presented at Seminário: Actualidade & Abolição, Fundação Joaquim Nabuco, Recife - PE, Brasil, June 16, 1988.
"A Outra Face do Trabalho Cativo: A Roça Escrava na Martinica," paper presented at Colóquio Internacional sobre a Escravidão, Universidade Federal de Paraná, Curitiba - PR, Brasil, June 13, 1988.
"Liberté ou Mort: Republicanism and Slave Revolt in Martinique, 1831," paper presented at Escravidão: Congresso Internacional, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo - SP, Brasil, June 8, 1988.
"A Brecha Camponesa," paper presented at Seminário: O Negro no Brasil, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre - RS, Brasil, June 3, 1988.
"A Luta em Torno da Jornada de Trabalho sob a Escravidão," paper presented at Symposium Histórias de Liberdade: Cidadãos e Escravos no Mundo Moderno (Comemorações do Centenário da Abolição da Escravidão, 13/V/1888 - 13/V/1988), Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Campinas - SP, Brasil, June 2, 1988.
"A Outra Face do Trabalho Cativo: A Roça Escrava na Martinica," paper presented at Symposium Histórias de Liberdade: Cidadões e Escravos no Mundo Moderno (Comemorações do Centenário da Abolição da Escravidão, 13/V/1888 - 13/V/1988), Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Campinas - SP, Brasil, June 1, 1988.
"Slavery and Slaveries: Bonded Labor and the Transformation of the Nineteenth Century World Economy," paper presented at the Tenth Annual Political Economy of the World System Conference. San Francisco State University, San Francisco CA, March 3, 1986.
"White Days, Black Days: The Working Day and the Crisis of Caribbean Slavery," paper presented at the Ninth Annual Political Economy of the World System Conference, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, March 28-30, 1985.
"Images and Realities of Violence: The United States and Latin America," with James Petras, presented at the Tom Slick Professorship in World Peace Conference on Conflict, Order, and Peace in the Americas. Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, The University of Texas at Austin, November 10-12,1976.
Professional Meetings:
“The World After the World System,” Presidential Panel of the Social Science History Association. “New Directions in Historical Sociology,” Pittsburgh, PA. October, 2000.
Commentator for panel “The Invention of Empire: Cuba and Spain in the Nineteenth Century,” Society for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies, New York University, April 27-30, 2000.
“World of Capital, Worlds of Labor: Rethinking Class in Global Perspective." Session on Rethinking Class. Committee on Conceptual and Terminological Analysis. XIII World Congress of Sociology. Bielefeld, Germany. July 18-23, 1994.
"Non-violent Abstraction: From Cases to Instances in World Systems Analysis." World Systems Analysis 1: Historical Comparisons Across Global Boundaries. XIII World Congress of Sociology. Bielefeld, Germany. July 18-23, 1994.
"Visions of Liberty: Martinique, 1848," paper presented at the Meeting of the French Colonial Historical Society, The John Carter Brown Library, Providence, RI, May 22, 1993.
"Les Nouveaux Affranchis: Manumission and Slave Society in Martinique under the July Monarchy," paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, Washington, D.C., December 29, 1992.
"Small Islands and Huge Comparisons: Caribbean Plantations, Historical Unevenness, and Capitalist Modernity," paper presented at the joint session of the sections on Historical-Comparative Sociology and the Political Economy of the World System at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Pittsburgh, PA, August 21, 1992.
"The Second Slavery: Cuba in the Nineteenth Century World Division of Labor, 1760-1868," paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association, Washington, D.C., November 19, 1989.
Chair and Commentator for "The Origins of the Atlantic Working Class," panel presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Studies Association, Miami, Florida, October 28, 1988.
"A Luta em Torno da Jornada de Trabalho sob a Escravidão," paper presented at the Eighth Annual Meeting of the Sociedade Brasiliera de Pesquisa Histórica, São Paulo - SP, Brasil, July 29, 1988.
"Sugar Technology and Slave Labor in Martinique, 1830-1848," paper presented at The International Congress of Americanists, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 4, 1988.
"Theory, Method, and the History of Slavery: Forces and Relations of Production," paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Sociological Society, Nashville, Tennessee, March 17, 1988.
"Why is the World Market Organized into States?" with Philip McMichael, paper presented at the Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, Washington, D.C., April 15, 1987.
"Caribbean Slavery and the Struggle over Reproduction," paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Washington, D.C., August 26, 1985.
"The Transformation of the Social Organization of Large Estate Agriculture in the 19th Century World Economy: The French West Indies (Martinique) and the Kingdom of Naples (Calabria)," with Marta Petrusewicz, presented at the Eighth International Economic History Congress, Budapest, Hungary, August 1982.
"The Crisis of Sugar Production in the Dissolution of Slavery in Nineteenth Century Martinique," presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, Los Angeles, California, December 28, 1981.
"Images and Realities of Violence: The United States and Latin America," with James Petras, presented at the panel on "Sociology of War and Peace: Alternative to the Warfare State," American Sociological Association Convention, Chicago, September 7, 1977.

Courses Taught:
Undergraduate:
Historical Sociology: Fall, 2008
Unfree Labor and World Economy (with Yann Moulier-Boutang): Fall 2007
Slavery, Nature and Empire: Fall. 2008; Spring 2007.
Classical Sociological Theory Fall: Spring, 2005; Fall, 2004; 1993 (University of California, Davis).
Colonial Encounters: Europe and the Making of Latin America, (History Lecture Course cross-listed with Dept. of Sociology): Spring, 2004.
Colonial Encounters: Europe and the Making of Latin America, (History Senior Seminar cross-listed with Dept. of Sociology): Fall, 2003; Fall, 2007.
The History of the Caribbean from 1492 (Princeton University): Spring, 1999.
Comparative Slavery in the Americas: (Princeton University): Spring, 1999.
Patterns of World Development: Fall, 1997.
Comparative Social Development: Fall, 1996; Fall 1995.
Sociological Frameworks: Fall 1996; Fall, 1995; Fall, 1994.
Social Change: Enterprises, Markets and Work: Spring, 1995.
Development and Underdevelopment in Theory and History (University of California, Berkeley): Spring, 1994.
Introduction to Latin American Studies (University of California, Berkeley): Spring, 1993.
Peasants and Peasant Movements in Latin America, Fall, 1990.
Sociology of Knowledge: Spring, 1989.
Theories of Social Change: Fall, 1989; Fall, 1988; Fall, 1986; Spring, 1985; Spring, 1978.
Workers and Workers' Movements: Fall, 1987.
Historical Sociology of Plantation Systems: Spring, 1987; Spring, 1979; Spring, 1977.
Slavery, Race, and Culture: Fall, 1988; Fall, 1985.
Social Movements: Fall, 1986; Fall, 1983.
Contemporary Social Theory: Fall, 1985.
Social Change in the Twentieth Century World: Spring 1996; Fall, 1989; Fall, 1984; Spring, 1984; Fall, 1983; Fall, 1980; Spring, 1980; Fall, 1978; Fall, 1977; Spring, 1977; Fall, 1976.
Graduate:
Methods of Macrohistorical Inquiry: Spring 2007.
Plantation Landscapes: Nature, Labor, and Representation in the Atlantic World (interdisciplinary seminar offered through the Fernand Braudel Center): Fall, 2006.
Theoretical Studies: Fall, 2004; Spring 2001; Fall, 1999; Fall, 1998; Spring 1998; Spring 1996; Spring, 1995; Spring 1992; Spring 1991; Spring, 1990; Spring, 1989; Spring, 1988; Spring, 1987; Spring, 1986; Spring, 1985; Spring, 1984; Spring, 1980.
The Atlantic in the World Economy: Africa and the Americas (with Catherine Coquery-Vidrovitch): Spring, 2004; Spring 2001.
World System Studies: Fall, 2003; Fall 2000; Fall, 1997; Fall, 1996; Fall, 1994; Fall, 1991.
Representing the Global (co-taught with Charles Burroughs, Art History) Spring, 2000.
Methods of World Historical Change: Spring, 2000.
Advanced World System Studies: Fall, 1998; Spring 1997.
Advanced Theoretical Studies: Spring, 1997.
Slavery and Emancipation in the Americas: (Universidade de São Paulo): 1998; (Universidade Estadual de Campinas): 1988;.
Labor in the World Economy, Fall, 1995.
Global History, Local History: Theoretical and Methodological Issues (Center for Comparative Research in History, Society, and Culture. University of California at Davis): Spring 1994.
Social & Labor Movements: Spring, 1990.
Plantations, Peasants, and Proletarians: Plantation Systems in the Historical Development of the World Economy: Fall, 1987.
Social Movements: Spring, 1986.
Modern Social Change: The Rise of the Modern World System: Fall, 1984; Fall 1980; Fall, 1979; Fall, 1978; Fall, 1977.
Slavery in the Americas: (Universidade Federal de Bahia, Universidade Federal de Paraná): Spring, 1983.
Capitalism and Agriculture in Latin America (Universidade Estadual de Campinas): Fall, 1982.
Historiography (Universidade Estadual de Campinas): Fall, 1982.
Historical Sociology of the Caribbean: Spring, 1982.
Sociological Analysis: Spring, 1979.
Classical European Social Theories: Spring, 1978.




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