monique allewaert is an associate professor of English at the University of WisconsinMadison. Her first book, reviewed in this issue, is Ariel's Ecology: Plantations, Personhood, and Colonialism in the American Tropics (U of Minnesota P, 2013). She is currently at work on a second book about the rise and fall of personification in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. She serves on the editorial boards of American Literature and Resilience and has coedited a special issue of American Literature focused on ecocriticism. jennifer l. anderson is an associate professor of history at Stony Brook University (SUNY). She holds a PhD in Atlantic history from New York University and an MA from the Winterthur Program in Early American Culture. Her book Mahogany: The Costs of Luxury in Early America (Harvard UP, 2012) explores how consumers' growing demand for slave-harvested tropical hardwoods transformed eighteenth-century social and environmental relations. She received the Society of American Historians' Nevins Prize in 2007 and shared an Emmy nomination (2009) for research for the documentary Traces of the Trade. She also curated Sylvester Manor: Land, Food, and Power on a New York Plantation, at New York University. zara anishanslin is an assistant professor of history at
Early American Literature – University of North Carolina Press
Published: Jun 21, 2015
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