Marjorie I. Stone (NHC Fellow, 2010–11)
Citizenship Formations and Nineteenth-Century Transnationalist Networks
Dalhousie UniversityReturn to All Fellows
Fellowship Work Summary, 2010–11
Marjorie I. Stone did research on the transatlantic antislavery movement for her book Citizenship Formations and Nineteenth-Century Transnational Networks; began writing "The Runaway Slave at Pilgrim's Point" and Atlantic Culture: Historical Contexts, Critical Debates, Postcolonial Encounters; and coauthored "Contexture and Critical Approaches to Complex Collections: Collaborative Form, Poetic Arrangements, and Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Poems (1856)."