Sebastian Page

Sebastian Page is Departmental Lecturer in American History at the History Faculty. He previously held the same role in association with St Peter’s College, and, before that, was Junior Research Fellow in U.S. History at the Queen’s College. He studies African American resettlement in the era of the Civil War. His next project will be on the Confederate diaspora.Sebastian Page is Departmental Lecturer in American History at the History Faculty. He previously held the same role in association with St Peter’s College, and, before that, was Junior Research Fellow in U.S. History at the Queen’s College. He studies African American resettlement in the era of the Civil War. His next project will be on the Confederate diaspora.

Publications

  • Black Resettlement and the American Civil War (New York, forthcoming).
  • '"A Knife Sharp Enough to Divide Us": William H. Seward, Abraham Lincoln, and Black Colonization', Diplomatic History, 41 (2017).
  • 'The American Colonization Society and the Civil War', in Beverly C. Tomek and Matthew Hetrick, eds., New Directions in the Study of African American Recolonization (Gainesville, 2017).
  • 'Lincoln and Chiriqui Colonization Revisited', American Nineteenth Century History, 12 (2011).
  • Colonization after Emancipation: Lincoln and the Movement for Black Resettlement (Columbia, 2011).
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