UCL Institute of the Americas


La négresse Gautiche: A microhistory of a monied Black woman in the Haitian Revolution

22 February 2022, 5:30 pm–7:00 pm

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An event part of the IHR Latin American History Seminar series

This event is free.

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Institute of Historical Research

An event part of the IHR Latin American History Seminar series.

All welcome – This event is free, but booking is required.


Details on how to join this session will be sent to all registered attendees 24 hours in advance.  Booking will therefore close the day before the scheduled date.


UCL Institute of the Americas is delighted to collaborate with the Institute of Historical Research (School of Advanced Study, University of London) and other leading institutions in the organisation of this series

About the Speaker

Dr Johnhenry Gonzalez

Lecturer in Caribbean and Atlantic History at University of Cambridge

Dr Gonzalez is a historian of the Caribbean, with a primary focus on the history of Haiti.  His work grows out of lengthy periods of research in Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Dr Gonzalez received his B.A. in history from Harvard College and PhD in history from the University of Chicago.  He was a postdoctoral fellow at Duke and worked for four years as an assistant professor of Caribbean history at the University of South Florida at Tampa.

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