Black Agrarian Futures, Emigration, and Global Abolitionism

Marina Bilbija


Marina Bilbija is a Postdoctoral Fellow at at Tufts University. Her research focuses on the African American and Afro-diasporic literary publics formed in response to late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century articulations of a white English-speaking world. Her current book manuscript is entitled Worlds of Color: Print Internationalism and the Making of the Black Anglosphere. She has forthcoming essays in Modern Fiction Studies and South Atlantic Review


Marina Bilbija’s “Black Agrarian Futures, Emigration, and Global Abolitionism” picks up on Finley’s discussion of the agrarian frameworks of African American emigration programs of the 1850s, focusing specifically on... [ view full abstract ]


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