Atlantic Networks and the Problem of Liberty in the Age of Revolutions, 1776-1815
Luca Codignola is Head of the Institute of History of Mediterranean Europe, Italian National Research Council. He is also Professor of North American History at the University of Genoa, and Adjunct Professor at Saint Mary’s University of Halifax, NS, Canada. His main field of research is the Roman Catholic Church in the North Atlantic during the early modern era. He has also written on the history of European expansion.
Eliga Gould is Associate Professor of History at the University of New Hampshire. His new book, Among the Powers of the Earth: The American Revolution and the Making of a New World Empire (Harvard), will be published early next year.
Annie Jourdan is Associate Professor of European Studies at the University of Amsterdam. Her books include L'empire de Napoléon (Flammarion, 2000 and 2006), La Révolution, Une Exception Française? (Flammarion, 2004 and 2006), La Révolution Batave entre la France et l'Amérique (Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2008).
Sarah Knott is Associate Professor of History at Indiana University and is currently Senior Visiting Research Fellow at the Rothermere American Institute, Oxford. She is the author of Sensibility and the American Revolution (North Carolina, 2009).
Jane Landers is the Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of History and Director of the Ecclesiastical and Secular Sources for Slave Societies at Vanderbilt University. She is currently working on two projects: African Kingdoms, Black Republics, and Free Black Towns in the Iberian Atlantic, and Atlantic Transformations: The Many Lives of Francisco Menéndez and his Free Black “Subjects”.
Janet Polasky is Presidential Professor of History at the University of New Hampshire. Her books include Revolution in Brussels, 1787-1793 (1986), The Democratic Socialism of Emile Vandervelde: Between Reform and Revolution (1995), Le Patron (1995), Reforming Urban Labor (2010), and Revolution without Borders. (forthcoming).
Jeremy D. Popkin is the T. Marshall Hahn, Jr., Professor of History at the University of Kentucky. His publications include You Are All Free: The Haitian Revolution and the Abolition of Slavery (2010), Revolutionary News: The Press in France, 1789-1799 (1990), and News and Politics in the Age of Revolution: Jean Luzac’s Gazette de Leyde, 1772-1796 (1989).
John O. Voll is Professor of Islamic History and Associate Director of the Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown University. He is a specialist in modern Islamic history. He taught for thirty years at the University of New Hampshire and is a past president of the Middle East Studies Association.