Bradley L. Craig
Bradley L. Craig is an interdisciplinary historian of the Atlantic world and the African diaspora, with particular interests in slavery, intimacy, gender, and sexuality. He received his Ph.D. in African and African American Studies, A.M. in History, and A.B. in Studies of Women, Gender & Sexuality from Harvard University. His current book manuscript, Oathbound: The Trelawny Maroons of Jamaica in the Revolutionary Atlantic World, is a history of oath-making as a radical practice of negotiating intimacy and belonging. More generally, his research and teaching address the intimate dimensions of race and belonging in the Black Atlantic, in addition to black feminist and queer studies.
Courses Taught in Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality
WOMGEN 1469 Luxury and Commodity Pleasures: Histories of Gender, Sex, and Racial Capitalism