Jennifer L. Morgan
Jennifer L. Morgan is a professor of history and of social and cultural analysis at New York University. Her research examines the intersections of gender and race in colonial America, and she is author of Laboring Women: Gender and Reproduction in the Making of New World Slavery (2004). She is currently at work on a project that considers colonial numeracy, racism, and the rise of the transatlantic slave trade, tentatively entitled "Accounting for the Women in Slavery."
- "Their Great Commoditie": Gender, Commodification, and the Origins of the Transatlantic Slave Trade
- Partus Sequitur Ventrum: Slave Law and the Histories of Women in Slavery
- Gender and Slavery in the Atlantic World
- Race and Reproduction