Prof. Marlene L Daut
Marlene L. Daut has a B.A. in English and French from Loyola Marymount University, and she earned a Ph.D. in English from the University of Notre Dame in 2009. She is currently Professor of African Diaspora Studies in the Carter G. Woodson Institute and the Program in American Studies at the University of Virginia. Before joining the faculty of UVA, Daut was Associate professor of English and Cultural Studies at Claremont Graduate University. She has also been the recipient of fellowships from the National Humanities Center, the Ford Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).
She is the author of two books: Baron de Vastey and the Origins of Black Atlantic Humanism (Palgrave, 2017) and Tropics of Haiti: Race and the Literary History of the Haitian Revolution in the Atlantic World, 1789-1865 (Liverpool, 2015); and the forthcoming co-edited collection, Haitian Revolution Fictions: An Anthology (UVA Press, November 2021). Her articles have appeared in numerous scholarly journals such as, Studies in Romanticism, L'esprit createur, Small Axe, Nineteenth-Century Literature, Comparative Literature, South Atlantic Review, Research in African Literatures, and J19. She is also co-editor and co-creator of H-Net's scholarly network, H-Haiti and curates the websites, http://haitianrevolutionaryfictions.com and http://lagazetteroyale.com.
Learn more about her current and past projects by visiting my professional website: https://uva.theopenscholar.com/marlene-daut/About%20Me