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

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

“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 of  The 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.” 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 für Globalgeschichte und vergleichende Gesellschaftsforschung 22, no. 2 “Memories 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 médias: Altérités, transferts et violences, edited by Michèle Garneau, Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink 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 Brazil’s 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 ‘salva’ 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 Òrisà Devotion as World Religion: The Globalization of Yorùbá 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 dérangement by 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.