Ph.D., Boston University, 2011
Andrea Mosterman completed her Ph.D. at Boston University, specializing in Atlantic and Early American History. In her work, she explores the multi-faceted dimensions of slavery, slave trade, and cross-cultural contact in the Dutch Atlantic and Early America with special emphasis on Early New York. She has published her work in, among others, the Journal of African History and Early American Studies, and she curated the digital exhibit Slavery in New Netherland for the New Netherland Institute. Her forthcoming book Spaces of Enslavement: A History of Slavery and Resistance in Dutch New York (Cornell University Press, October 2021) has won the 2020 Hendricks Award for best book-length manuscript related to New Netherland and the Dutch colonial experience.
- Silences in the Archives - HIST 6601
- The Spatial Turn in the Humanities - HIST 6601
- Historical Writing and Thought - HIST 6001
- North American Slavery - HIST 4551
- Intro to African American History - HIST 1010
- US History to 1860 - HIST 2501
- Women in American History - HIST 2587
- Colonial Period of American History - HIST 4501
- Atlantic History - HIST 4991
Atlantic History, African Diaspora, Early America, Pre-Colonial Africa, Slavery and Slave Trade
Honors and Awards
2020 NNI Hendricks Award for best book-length manuscript related to New Netherland and the Dutch colonial experience.
2019 Faculty Excellence in Teaching and Teaching Innovation Award