Captive Archipelagos: Native Enslavement in the Greater Caribbean, 1492-1792
NEH Fellowships and Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship, 2018–19
Rebecca Anne Goetz is an associate professor of history at New York University. She earned a BA in History (with honors) and German from Bates College in 2000, and from Harvard earned an MA in history (2002) and PhD in history (2006). Her research areas include: histories of religion, race, and slavery, colonialism and empire in the Atlantic World, and Indigenous North America. She is currently at work on a manuscript tentatively titled “Captive Archipelagos: Native Enslavement in the Greater Caribbean, 1492-1792.”
- Goetz, Rebecca Anne. “Religion and Violence in Early America.” Reviews in American History 46, no. 1 (2018): 1–6.
- Goetz, Rebecca Anne. “Barack Hussein Obama: America’s First Muslim President?” In Faith in the New Millennium: The Future of Religion and American Politics, edited by Darren Dochuk and Matthew Avery Sutton, 74–90. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016.
- Goetz, Rebecca Anne. “Indian Slavery: An Atlantic and Hemispheric Problem.” History Compass 14, no. 2 (2016): 59–70.
- Goetz, Rebecca Anne. The Baptism of Early Virginia: How Christianity Created Race. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012.