‛For [Being] a Rogue and Because He Lied to His Lord’: The Groundings of Black Rebellion in Hispaniola, the Disremembered and Disavowed History of a Unified and Black Santo Domingo
Allison Guess, Williams College
Dr. Allison Guess is an Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow and incoming Assistant Professor of Africana Studies at Williams College. Guess is also a 2021-2022 CUNY Dominican Studies Institute Research Fellow.
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