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Celso Thomas Castilho
Assistant Professor of History celso.t.castilho@vanderbilt.edu
Vanderbilt University Office Phone: 615-322-5948
Department of History Fax Number: 615-322-6002
VU Station B 351802


Nashville, TN 37235

EDUCATION


  • Ph.D., Latin American History, University of California, Berkeley (2008)

  • M.A., Latin American Studies, University of California, Los Angeles (2000)

  • B.A. History, University of California, Berkeley (1998)


AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS


  • 2014 winner of the Kimberly S. Hanger Article Prize, awarded annually by the Latin American and Caribbean Section of the Southern Historical Association for the best article in the field published the previous year. I won it for, “Performing Abolitionism, Enacting Citizenship.”

  • 2012-2013 (Vanderbilt University) Warren Center Sawyer Seminar Fellow, Age of Emancipation: Black Freedom in the Atlantic World.

  • 2011 Conference of Latin American History Award for Best Article: “Funding Freedom”.

  • 2010 Co-Director, FIPSE/CAPES (US Dept. of Education/Brazilian Federal Agency Supporting Higher Education) collaborative grant, 2010-14: “One Nation Out of Many: Multiculturalism in Brazil and the United States.” Grant amount, $253, 872.

  • 2009 Lewis Hanke Award, AHA/CLAH Post-Graduate Fellowship, Summer 2010.

  • 2004-2005, Fulbright Research Scholar, (Recife, Brazil).


PUBLICATIONS

Scholarly Monographs

Slave Emancipation and Transformations in Brazilian Political Citizenship (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2016).
“The Trans-American Repertoires of Uncle Tom’s Cabin: Theater, Antislavery, and Blackness in Brazil, Mexico, and the US,” (in progress).
Edited Volume
Maria Helena P.T. Machado and Celso Thomas Castilho, eds., Tornando-se Livre: agentes históricos e lutas sociais no processo de abolição,(São Paulo: EDUSP, 2015).

Articles in Refereed Journals


  • Celso Castilho, “Performing Abolitionism, Enacting Citizenship: The Social Construction of Political Rights in 1880s Recife, Brazil,” Hispanic American Historical Review 93:3 (August, 2013), 377-409.

  • Celso Castilho and Camillia Cowling, “Funding Freedom, Popularizing Politics: Abolitionism and Local Emancipation Funds in 1880s Brazil,” Luso-Brazilian Review, 47:1 (Spring, 2010): 89-120.


Chapters in Books



  • “The Racial Terms of Citizenship: Abolition and Its Political Aftermath in Northeastern Brazil,” eds., John Marks and Whitney Stewart, Race and Nation in the Age of Emancipations: An Atlantic World Anthology (forthcoming University of Georgia Press, 2017).

  • “Abolition and its Aftermath in Brazil,” in Cambridge World History of Slavery: Vol 4. 1804 to the Present Day, eds. Seymour Drescher, David Eltis, Stanley Engerman, and David Richardson. 10, 000 words. Submitted July 2014 (under contract with Cambridge University Press).

  • “Propõe-se a Qualquer Consignação, Menos de Escravos”: o problema da emancipação no Recife, ca. 1870,” in Tornando-se Livre: agentes históricos e lutas sociais no processo de abolição, eds., Maria Helena P.T. Machado and Celso Thomas Castilho(under contract, forthcoming December 2014, page proofs), 274-92. Translated by Maíra Chinelatto Alves.

  • “‘Já é lei no Brasil nascer-se livre!’: A politicização da lei de 1871 em Pernambuco,” in Políticas da Raça: Experiências e legados da abolição e da pós-emancipação no Brasil, eds., Flávio Gomes and Petrônio Domingues(São Paulo: Selo Negro Edições, 2014): 17-34. Translated by Fernanda Bretones Lane.

  • “‘Ao teatro, pelos cativos!’: uma história política da abolição no Recife,” in História da Escravidão em Pernambuco, eds. Flávio José Gomes Cabral and Robson Costa (Recife: UFPE, 2012), 325-44.

  • “Agitação abolicionista, transtornos políticos: O Recife na véspera da ‘Campanha Abolicionista’,” in Conferências sobre Joaquim Nabuco: Joaquim Nabuco e Wisconsin, ed.Severino J. Albuquerque (Rio de Janeiro: Bem-Te-Vi, 2010): 313-41.

  • “Brisas atlánticas: la abolición gradual y la conexión brasileña-cubana,” in Haití:

Revolución y emancipación, eds. Rina Cáceres and Paul Lovejoy (San José:
Editorial UCR, 2008), 128-39.

Book Reviews
I have reviews in Hispanic American Historical Review, Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, Journal of Southern History, Luso-Brazilian Review, Estudios Interdisciplinarios de América Latina y el Caribe, World Sugar History Newsletter, The Americas, Social History.
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