This week, New Books Network included many works involving interests in Atlantic Studies.
As well, this feed continues to post on continuing series regarding American History from the New York Times and Wondery.
Also, see an extended Remembrance of Past Podcasts section that introduces two new podcasts that will be monitored for episodes on Atlantic Studies for this feed.
Atlantic Studies Podcasts of Note:
1) The 1619 Podcast from the New York Times continued their series on American Slavery with the second part of their episode on “The Land of Our Fathers.”
2) New Books Network – Jorge Giovannetti-Torres – Black British Migrants in Cuba: Race, Labor, and Empire in the Twentieth-Century Caribbean, 1898–1948
3) Lectures in History – “Native Americans and Colonial-Era Power Struggles” – From Daniel Richter at the University of Pennsylvania
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4) New Books in History – Cécile Vidal – Caribbean New Orleans: Empire, Race, and the Making of a Slave Society
5) Wondery – American History Tellers – Dutch Manhattan – Episode 6 – “New York”
Remembrance of Past Podcasts:
This week, New Books Network also interviewed Remi Joseph-Salisbury on Black Mixed-Race Men: Transatlanticity, Hybridity, and Post-Racial Resilience, which focuses on Atlantic Studies, although through more recent histories of race, nation, and identity.
Lapham’s Quarterly regularly offers an interview podcast that often focuses on historical studies on the Atlantic World and Early America. This week, the podcast interviewed Harlow Giles Unger about Thomas Paine and the Clarion Call for American Independence.
The French History Podcast, also yet to be introduced to this feed, focused an episode this week on “France, Haiti, and the American Civil War,” through an interview with Matthew Clavin.