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Beyond 1st Monday Block 5 Dr. Reena Goldthree

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Reena N. Goldthree is an assistant professor of African American Studies at Princeton University. Her research explores transnational social movements, feminist activism, and the pursuit of racial equality in Latin America and the Caribbean. She teaches offers courses on the history of Latin America and the Caribbean, Caribbean feminist politics, and Black activism in the Americas. She has received fellowships from a number of institutions to advance her scholarly work.

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Her writing has appeared in several journals (the Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas, The American Historian, and Radical Teacher). And she has edited several volumes. She is also the co-editor of a special issue of the Caribbean Review of Gender Studies on gender and anti-colonialism in the interwar Caribbean.

Professor Goldthree is also completing her first book, Democracy Shall be no Empty Romance: War and the Politics of Empire in the Greater Caribbean. This book examines how the crisis of World War I transformed Afro-Caribbeans' understanding of, and engagements with, the British Empire.

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