Professor Julie Greene, Department of History, University of Maryland, is a historian of United States labor, immigration, and empire. Her research and teaching also engage with transnational and global approaches to history.
This lecture frames Caribbeans as moving within a transimperial world, shaped by the British Empire but also drawing upon that identity as a resource in their reactions to the U.S. in the Zone.
Sponsored by the Higgins Labor Program; cosponsored by Department of History and Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts.
Originally published at conductorshare.nd.edu.