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JCU Authors Bibliography

Gene Ogle


Ogle, Gene E. 2015. Review of Louisiana: Crossroads of the Atlantic World, by Cécile Vidal. Journal of Early American History 5 (2): 192–194.

Ogle, Gene E. 2014. “Colony and Metropole.” Haiti: An Island Luminous

Ogle, Gene E. 2013. “Natural Movements and Dangerous Spectacles: Beatings, Duels, and ‘Play’ in Saint Domingue.” In New World Orders: Violence, Sanction, and Authority in the Colonial Americas, edited by John Smolenski, and Thomas J. Humphrey, 226–248. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 

Ogle, Gene E. 2009a. “The Haitian Revolution.” Edited by Edward Baptist. Encyclopedia of Slavery in the Americas. New York: Facts-on-File.

Ogle, Gene E. 2009b. Review of Dark Side of the Light: Slavery and the French Enlightenment, by Louis Sala-Molins, and John Conteh-Morgen. Caribbean Studies 37 (1): 281–284.

Ogle, Gene E. 2009c. “The Trans-Atlantic King and Imperial Public Spheres: Pre-Revolutionary Politics in Saint Domingue.” In The World of the Haitian Revolution, edited by David Patrick Geggus, and Norman Fiering, 79-96. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Ogle, Gene E. 2005. Review of Esclavage, métissage, liberté: La révolution française en guadeloupe 1789-1802, by Frédéric Régent. H-Net: Humanities and Social Sciences Online

Ogle, Gene E. 2003a. “‘The Eternal Power of Reason’ and ‘The Superiority of Whites’: Hilliard d’Auberteuil’s Colonial Enlightenment.” French Colonial History 3 (1): 35–50. doi:10.1353/fch.2003.0010.

Ogle, Gene E. 2003b. “Slaves of Justice: Saint Domingue’s Executioners and the Production of Shame.” In “Interpreting the Death Penalty: Spectacles and Debates,” special issue, Historical Reflections/Réflexions Historiques 29 (2): 275–93.