Dr Sarah Dunstan
Leverhulme Early Career Fellow
Book: Race, Rights and Reform: Black Activism in the French Empire and the United States from World War 1 to Cold War. Cambridge University Press, forthcoming March 2021.
Articles: “The Capital of Race Capitals: Towards a Connective Cartography of Race Capitals,” Journal of the History of Ideas (forthcoming, 2021).
"La Langue de nos maîtres: Linguistic Hierarchies, Dialect, and Canon Decolonization during and after the Présence Africaine Congress of 1956," Journal of Modern History (forthcoming, 2021).
‘“Une Nègre de drame”: Jane Vialle and the politics of representation in colonial reform, 1945-1953,’ Journal of Contemporary History, (January 2020): 1-21.
‘Conflicts of Interest: The 1919 Pan-African Congress and the Wilsonian Moment,’ Callaloo, 39:1 (Winter 2016): 133-150.
‘A Question of Allegiance: African American intellectuals, Présence Africaine and the 1956 Congrès des écrivains et artistes noirs,’ Australasian Journal of American Studies, 34:1, (July 2015):1-16. (Article received the James Holt Award for the best article published in the Australasian Journal of American Studies in the preceding two years. (2016).
Chapters in Edited Collections: ‘“Pensez en juriste, parler en paysan”: International Law, Nationalism and the Possibilities of Self-determination in the Inter-war Period,’ in Peacemaking and the Challenge of International Order after the Great War, edited by William Mulligan, Peter Jackson and Glenda Sluga, Under contract with Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2021.
Glenda Sluga, David Goodman and Sarah C. Dunstan, ‘New York, NY: From the Statue of Liberty to the UN,’ In Sites of International Memory, edited by Glenda Sluga and Kate Darian-Smith. Under contract with University of Pennsylvania Press, forthcoming June 2021.
Edited Volume: Patricia Owens, Katharina Rietzler, Kimberly Hutchings and Sarah C. Dunstan (eds.,), Women’s International Thought: Towards A New Canon. Under contract with Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2021.