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Marie Stango

Assistant Professor - 18th- and 19th-Century U.S.; Women, Gender, and Sexuality; African American and African Diaspora studies

Office: LA 333



Ph.D., University of Michigan (2016)
M.A., University of Michigan (2012)
B.A., New York University (2009)

Research Interests

Slavery and emancipation in the Atlantic World; women, gender, and sexuality; African American and African Diaspora studies; 18th and 19th century U.S. History; unfreedom in American History; American Empire

Selected Fellowships and Grants

National Endowment for the Humanities Postdoctoral Fellowship, Library Company of Philadelphia, 2019-2020

American Fellowship, American Association of University Women, 2015-2016

Mellon Public Humanities Fellowship, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History (Detroit, MI) and the University of Michigan, 2015

Ruth R. and Alyson R. Miller Fellowship in Women’s History, Massachusetts Historical Society, 2013-2014

Frances Lewis Fellowship in Gender and Women’s Studies, Virginia Historical Society, 2013-2014

Travel Grant, John Hope Franklin Research Center for African and African American History, Duke University, 2013-2014

Albert M. Greenfield Foundation Fellowship in African American History, Library Company of Philadelphia, 2013-2014

Current Projects

Vine and Palm Tree: Afterlives of American Slavery in Liberia, book manuscript in preparation.

Making Dixie in Deseret: Unfreedom in Utah’s Borderlands, research in progress.

Courses Taught

HIST 1111 U.S. History to 1865
HIST 3307 Early North America
HIST 4418 U.S. History for Teachers