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“Het internationale debat over genoegdoening.” in De Slavernij in Oost en West : Het Amsterdam-onderzoek edited by Pepijn Brandon, Guno Jones, Nancy Jouwe and Matthias van Rossum, Amsterdam: Spectrum, 2020, 382-390; 447.

“Raising the Dead: Walls of Names as Mnemonic Devices to Commemorate Enslaved People.” Current Anthropology 61, no. 22 (2020): S328-S339.

“Ghosts of Slavery,” Afterword of “Urban Slavery in the Age of Abolition,” special number edited by Karwan Fatah-Black, International Review of Social History 65, no. S28 (2020): 225-236.

“AHR’s Conversation: Museums, History, and the Public in a Global Age,” The American Historical Review 124, no. 5 (2019): 1631-1672.

“The Death of Brazil’s National Museum,” The American Historical Review 124,  no. 2 (2019): 569-580.

“Tourism and Heritage Sites of the Atlantic Slave Trade and Slavery,” in David Dean, ed. A Companion to Public History. Hoboken: John Wiley and Sons, 2018, 277-288.

“Sites of Disembarkation and the Public Memory of the Atlantic Slave Trade.” In A Stain on Our Pasts: Slavery and Memory, edited by Abdoulaye Gueye and Johann Michel, 137-169. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 2018.

“Ports esclavagistes et mémoire publique de la traite atlantique des esclaves au Brésil et aux États-Unis.Revue du Philanthrope, no. 7 (2018): 43-59.

“Les fantômes de l’esclavage.In Europa: notre histoire, volume 3, Mémoires-Monde edited by Thomas Serrier and Étienne François, 82-94. Paris: Les Arènes, 2017.

“El purgatorio negro: historias de dos mujeres esclavizadas que resistieron la esclavitud en el sur profundo de Brasil.” Millars. Espai i Historia XLII, no. 1 (2017) : 23-47.

“Culture visuelle et mémoire de l’esclavage: regards français sur les populations d’origine africaine dans le Brésil du dix-neuvième siècle” Brésil(s): Sciences Humaines et Sociales no 10 (2016): 1-27.

“Slavery and the Atlantic Slave Trade in Brazil and Cuba from an Afro-Atlantic Perspective.” Almanack, no 12 (2016): 1-5.

“Memória pública comparada da emancipação e da abolição da escravidão: Abraham Lincoln e Princesa Isabel.” In Tornando-se Livre: Agentes Históricos e Lutas Sociais no Processo de Abolição, edited by Maria Helena Machado and Celso T. Castilho, 445-465. São Paulo: Editora da Universidade de São Paulo, 2015.

Black_Purgatory: Enslaved Women’s Resistance in Nineteenth-Century Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Slavery & Abolition 36, no. 4 (2015): 568-585.

Review ofThe Diambourou: Slavery and Emancipation in Kayes, Mali.” Documentary film by Marie Rodet and Fanny Challier. Slavery and Abolition 36, no. 2 (2015): 406-408.

Review of “Twelve Years a Slave.” Film by Steve McQueen. Afro-Ásia, no. 50 (2014): 257-262. [in Portuguese]

“Gender, Sex, and Power: Images of Enslaved Women Bodies. In Sex, Power, and Slavery, edited by Elizabeth Elbourne and Gwyn Campbell, 469-499. Columbus: Ohio University Press, 2014.

“La correspondance du Roi Adandozan avec la couronne portugaise: petite histoire d’une grande amitié.” In Africains et Européens dans le monde atlantique XVe-XIXe siècle, edited by Guy Saupin, 129)151. Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2014.

“Pierre Verger, Negotiating Connections Between Brazil and the Bight of Benin.” Luso-Brazilian Review 50, no. 1, Brazilian Slavery and its Legacies, special issue edited by Ana Lucia Araujo (2013): 113-139.

“History and Heritage of Slavery and the Atlantic Slave Trade in the South Atlantic.”Â Luso-Brazilian Review 50, no. 1, introduction to the special issue “Brazilian Slavery and its Legacies,” edited by Ana Lucia Araujo (2013): 1-6.

“Atlantic Approaches on Resistance Against Slavery in the Americas.” Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and Heritage 2, no. 1, introduction to the special issue edited by Ana Lucia Araujo (2013): 1–5.

“Transnational Memory of Slave Merchants: Making the Perpetrators Visible in the Public Space.” In Politics of Memory: Making Slavery Visible in the Public Space, edited by Ana Lucia Araujo, 15-34. New York: Routledge, 2012.

“Zumbi and the Voices of the Emergent Public Memory of Slavery and Resistance in Brazil.” Comparativ. Zeitschrift fur Globalgeschichte und vergleichende Gesellschaftsforschung 22, no. 2Memories of Slavery,” special issue edited by Michael Zeuske and Ulrike Schmieder (2012): 95-111.

Dahomey, Portugal, and Bahia: King Adandozan and the Atlantic Slave Trade.” Slavery and Abolition 3, no. 1 (2012): 1-19.

“Local y global: Brasil y la memoria pública de la esclavitud.” In Huellas y legados de la esclavitud en la esclavitud en las Américas: Proyecto UNESCO La Ruta del Esclavo, edited by Marisa Pineau, 121-134. Buenos Aires: Editorial de la Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero, 2012.

Public Memory of Slavery in Brazil.” In Slavery, Memory and Identity: National Representations and Global Legacies, edited by Douglas Hamilton, Kate Hodgson, and Joel Quirk, 115-130. London, UK: Pickering & Chatto, 2012.

History, Memory and Imagination: Na Agontimé, a Dahomean Queen in Brazil.” In Beyond Tradition: African Women and their Cultural Spaces, edited by Toyin Falola and Sati U. Fwatshak, 45-68. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 2011.

Texte et image: représentations et stéréotypes culturels de l’Amérique du Sud dans la revue Le Tour du monde (1860-1914).” In Enjeux interculturels des mêedias: Altérités, transferts et violences, edited by Michèle Garneau, Hans-Jurrgen Lusebrink and Walter Moser, 291-312. Ottawa: Presses de l’Université d’Ottawa, 2011.

%Forgetting and Remembering the Atlantic Slave Trade: The Legacy of Brazilian Slave Merchant Francisco Felix de Souza. In Crossing Memories: Slavery and African Diaspora, edited by Ana Lucia Araujo, Mariana Pinho Candido and Paul Lovejoy, 79)103. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 2011.

Book review of Brazilâùs Living Museum: Race, Reform, and Tradition by Anadelia A. Romo. The Americas 67, no 4 (April 2011): 565-567.

Patrimonialización de la esclavitud: La memoria de un bisnieto de esclavo.“ Caminos: Revista Cubana de Pensamento Sociológico 58, “Memorias de la Esclavitud,” special issue edited by Silvina Testa (2011): 27-34.

“Welcome the Diaspora: Slavery Heritage Tourism and the Public Memory of the Atlantic Slave Trade.” Ethnologies 32 no. 2, “Tourism/Tourisme,” special issue edited by Mohamed Habib Saidi (2010): 145-178.

“Aquele que a mãe e o filho.” Tempo 15, no. 29, “Patrimônio e memória da escravidão atlântica: História e Política,” special issue edited by Hebe Maria Mattos (2010): 43-66.

Slavery, Royalty and Racism: Representations of Africa in Brazilian Carnaval.” Ethnologies 31, no. 2, “Figures Noires/Black Diasporas,” special issue edited by Francine Saillant and Pedro Simonard (2010): 131-167.

Enjeux politiques de la mémoire de l’esclavage dans l’Atlantique Sud: La reconstruction de la biographie de Francisco Félix de Souza.” Lusotopie XVI, no. 2 (2009): 107-131.

Qui est Afro-Brésilien ? Ethnographie d’un débat d’identité au sein d’une communauté virtuelle.” (co-author with Francine Saillant). Ethnographiques.org 19 (December 2009)

Caminhos atlânticos : memória e representações da escravidão nos monumentos e memoriais da Rota dos escravos.” Varia História 25, no. 41, “Imagens: Escravidão, Mestiçagens,” special issue edited by Eduardo França Paiva (2009): 129-148.

“The Slave Past in the Present.In Living History: Encountering the Memory of the Heirs of Slavery, edited by Ana Lucia Araujo, 1-6. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009.

Book review of Routes of Remembrance: Refashioning the Slave Trade in Ghana, by Bayo Holsey. Canadian Journal of African Studies 43, no. 2 (2009): 416-419.

Book review of Orisà  Devotion as World Religion: The Globalization of Yoruba Religious Culture, edited by Olupona, Jacob K. and Terry Rey. Itinerario, International Journal on the History of European Expansion and Global Interaction 32: 2 (2008): 138-140.

Book review of Slavery and the Birth of an African City: Lagos, 1760-1900 by Kristin Mann. H-net Atlantic (2008).

“L’esclavage au Brésil: le travail du mouvement noir(co-author with Francine Saillant). Ethnologie Française XXXVII, no. 3, Mémoires plurielles, mémoires en conflit,” special issue edited by Michèle Baussant (2007): 457-466.

Passé colonial et modalités de mise en mémoire de l’esclavage, Passado colonial e modalidades da memória da escravidão” with Anna Seiderer, special issue of Conserveries mémorielles 2, no. 3 (2007)

“Political uses of memory of slavery in the Republic of Benin,” History in Focus: the guide to historical resources 12 (2007).

Book Review of La favela d’un siècle à l’autre  by Licia Valladares. Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies 64, no. 1 (2007): 239-242.

Zumbi: mort, mémoire et résistance(co-author with Francine Saillant). Frontières 19, no. 1 (2006): 37-42.

Book review of Routes de l’esclavage: histoire d’un grand dérangementby Claude Fauque and Marie-Josée Thiel. Histoire Sociale/Social History 39, no. 78 (2006): 529-531.

Encontros difíceis: o artista-herói e os í­ndios corrompidos no relato de viagem Deux Années au Brésil (1862).” Luso-Brazilian Review 42, no. 2 (2005): 15-39.

Les représentations de l’esclavage dans les gravures des relations Voyage pittoresque et historique au Brésil (1834) de Jean-Baptiste Debret (1768-1848) et Deux Années au Brésil (1862), de François-Auguste Biard (1799-1882).” Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies 59, no. 30 (2005): 161-183.

France and Latin America” in Encyclopedia France and the Americas: Culture, Politics and History, edited by Bill Marshall, vol. 1, 27-35. Oxford and Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio, 2005.