Personal Data Date of Birth: March 25, 1946
Place of Birth: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
University Address: Department of Sociology
P.O. Box 6000
Binghamton, N.Y. 13901-6000
Home Address: 425 S. Jensen Road
Vestal, NY 13850-3018
Academic History Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1976 (History).
M.A. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1971 (History).
B.A. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1968 (History).
Languages: French, Portuguese, Spanish, German, Dutch
Academic Positions 2013- Coordinator, Laboratório de Antropologia e História, Museu Nacional, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro.
2012- Associate, Laboratório de História Atlântica e Arqueologia da Escravidão. Instituto de História, Universdidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro.
2007-13 Research Associate, Laboratório de Antropologia e História, Museu Nacional, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro.
2006-13 Research Associate in the Department of Anthropology, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University
2013-16 Professor of Anthropology by Courtesy Appointment, Department of Anthropology, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University
2000- Professor of Sociology and History, Binghamton University
1997 Professor, Department of Sociology, SUNY/Binghamton
1986- 97 Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, SUNY/Binghamton
Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, SUNY/Binghamton
Deputy Directory, Fernand Braudel Center, Binghamton University (2006-)
Chair, Department of Sociology, Binghamton University (1999-2002)
Director, Graduate Certificate Program in Global Studies, Binghamton University (1999-2002)
Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Sociology, SUNY/Binghamton (1990-1992, 1995-1999).
Campus Service Material and Visual Worlds Steering Committee 2013-2014
Affiliated Faculty Member of the Department of History
Member of the Board of the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities 2008-2011
Deputy Director, Fernand Braudel Center
Senior Visiting Foreign Professor, Programa de Pós-Graduação em Antropologia Social (PPGAS) Museu Nacional Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (Spring, 2009)
Visiting Professor, Department of History, Princeton University (1999)
Visiting Professor, Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas, Departamento de História, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil (1998)
Visiting Professor, U.F.R., Géographie, Histoire et Sciences de la Société, Université de Paris VII-Denis Diderot (1997)
Visiting Professor, Development Studies Program, University of California, Berkeley (1994)
Visiting Scholar, Center for Comparative Research in History, Society, and Culture, University of California, Davis (1994)
Research Associate, Center for Latin American Studies, University of California, Berkeley (1993-1994)
Visiting Lecturer, Department of Sociology, University of California, Davis (1993)
Visiting Professor, Latin American Studies Program, University of California, Berkeley (1993)
Visiting Professor, Department of History, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Campinas - São Paulo, Brazil (1988)
Fulbright Visiting Professor, Department of History, Universidade Federal de Fluminense, Niteroi – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (1983)
Fulbright Visiting Professor, Department of History, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Campinas - São Paulo, Brazil (1982).
Scholarly Activities Editorial Boards and Research Networks Editorial Board, Revista de Historia Comparada (Brazil), 2013-
Co-Editor of Book Series “Slavery in the Atlantic World,” University of Florida Press, 2008-2011.
Editorial Board, Book Series “Slavery and Postemancipation,” LIT Verlag (Münster, Germany), 2008-
Advisory Council, Historia Social (Spain), 2011-2015
Comité de lecture, Multitudes: revue, politique, artistique, et philosophique (Paris), 2009-
International Research Seminar on the Second Slavery. (Coordinator)
Microhistory Network (Budapest Hungary)
College of Reviewers for the Canada Research Chairs Program, 2008-2010
Editorial Board, Contours (Duke University), 2003-2006
Editorial Board, Review, 1998-
Editorial Board, Taller d’historia (Valencia, Spain), 1993-1994
Editorial Board, New German Critique, 1978-1983.
Editorial Board, Theory and Society, 1977-1981.
Conferences Organized Organizer, “Capitalism and Temporality: Theories and Histories,” Fernand Braudel Center, Binghamton University, Binghamton NY. April 24, 2015.
Organizer, “Rediscovering Eric Williams: The Intellectual History of Capitalism and Slavery,” Fernand Braudel Center, Binghamton University, Binghamton NY. March 14, 2014.
Co-Organizer with Michael Zeuske. Colloquium “Atlanticization and the Second Slavery,” Cologne Germany, July 12-14, 2012. Fernand Braudel Center and Iberische und Lateinamericanische Abteilung, Historisches Seminar, Universität zu Köln.
Member of the Scientific Committee for the International Conference, International Conference “Governing Empires: Central administration and the making of colonial policies in the late XIX century.” Instituto de Historia, Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales (CSIC), Madrid, Spain September 1-16, 2011.
Co-Organizer (with Christopher Schmidt-Nowara and Rafael Marquese) of conference on “The Politics Of The Second Slavery: Conflict And Crisis on The Nineteenth-Century Atlantic Slave Frontier.” Fernand Braudel Center, Binghamton University. October 15-16, 2010.
Co-Organizer (with Christopher DeCorse) of Joint Fernand Braudel Center and Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs (Syracuse University) Research Working Group on “Built Environments of Atlantic Slavery.” 2007-2010.
Co-Organizer with Richard Lee and Philip McMichael for the International Conference “Food, Energy, Environment: Crisis of the World-System,” Fernand Braudel Center, Binghamton University. October 9-10, 2009.
Member of the Scientific Committee for the International Conference, “Século XIX e as Novas Fronteiras da Escravidão e da Liberdade,” Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO), Rio de Janeiro, and Universidade Severino Sombra (USS), Vassouras Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. August 2009.
Co-Organizer with Flávio dos Santos Gomes of international conference. “Plantations in the Americas: Material, Social, and Symbolic Landscapes,” Museu Naconal. Quinta da Boa Vista. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. May 4-6, 2009.
Member of the Scientific Committee for the Fifth International Colloquium on Social History. Universitat Jaume I. Castellón, Spain. (April 3-4, 2008).
Co-Organizer (with Manuel Barcia, University of Leeds) of International Conference “Atlantic Slavery in the Age of Revolution, 1760-1868.” The Institute of Colonial and Post-Colonial Studies. University of Leeds, UK. (Dec. 12-14, 2007).
Co-Organizer (With Aníbal Quijano) of Symposium "Work at a Turning Point?" XIV World Congress of Sociology. Montréal, Québec, Canada. July 28-August 1, 1998.
Organizer for Panel: "New Technologies and the Organization of Work: Alienation and Fulfillment." XIV World Congress of Sociology. Montréal, Québec, Canada. July 28-August 1, 1998.
2013 Slavery, Abolition, and Resistance Postdoctoral Fellowship. Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition. Yale University, New Haven, CT. In residence at Yale, May, 2013.
2013 Awarded Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH) Stipended Faculty Fellowship for Spring 2013.
2009 with Flávio dos Santos Gomes awarded a grant from the Brazilian National Research Council (CNPq) to hold an international conference on Plantations in the Americas: Material, Social, and Symbolic Landscapes” to be held May 4-6, 2009 in Rio de Janeiro. This was a competitive grant for BR$ 27,000.00.
2009 Awarded a competitive Senior Scholar Award (BR$ 28,400 + transportation and moving expenses) from Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior (CAPES) of the Brazilian Ministry of Education to support my appointment as Senior Visiting Foreign Professor at Brazil’s National Museum.
2008 Award for Faculty Excellence in Graduate Student Mentoring. Binghamton University.
2005-2009 The Getty Foundation, Collaborative Research Grant: “The World of the Plantation and the World the Plantations Made: The ‘Great House Tradition’ in the American Landscape.” ($276,000.00. With Charles Burroughs, Case Western Reserve University.)
1991 Distinguished Scholarship Award, Political Economy of the World System Section of the American Sociological Association for Slavery in the Circuit of Sugar: Martinique and the World Economy, 1830-1848, (The Johns Hopkins University Press).
1982-83 Fulbright-Hays Lectureship (Brazil).
1981-82 National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for Independent Study and Research.
1981-82 Social Science Research Council Postdoctoral Grant for International
1979 SUNY Research Foundation Award.
National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend.
Publications, Exhibitions, Films Radio Interview Interviewed by Hablemos de Historia, UJI Radio, 107.8 fm. Valencia, Spain, March 26, 2015 (www.radio.uji.es).
Documentary Film Producer / Director. Caribbean Journey: Conversations with Sidney Mintz. (Binghamton, NY: Fernand Braudel Center, 2013.)
Exhibition Guest Curator: Plantation Places: Coffee, Cotton, Sugar and the Making of Nineteenth Century Slaveries. Binghamton University Art Museum. (September 28-December 15, 2012.)
Books Tomich, Dale. Slavery in the Circuit of Sugar: Martinique and the World Economy, 1830-1848. Revised Edition. (Albany: State University of New York Press, in press, 2016).
Tomich, Dale. Pelo Prisma da Escravidão, trans. Antonio de Padua Danesi, (São Paulo: Editorial Universidade de São Paulo, December, 2011).
Tomich, Dale.Through the Prism of Slavery: Labor, Capital, and World Economy. (Boulder CO: Rowman and Littlefield, 2004). Tomich, Dale. Slavery in the Circuit of Sugar: Martinique and the World Economy, 1830-1848. (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1990).
Dale Tomich, editor and introduction, New Frontiers of Slavery, (Albany: State University of New York Press, in press, 2015).
Tomich, Dale, editor and preface, Eric Williams, The Economic Aspect of the Abolition of the West Indian Slave Trade and Slavery, Introduction by Sandy Darity. (Rowman & Littlefield, 2014.)
Tomich, Dale, Olívia Maria Gomes da Cunha, Flávio dos Santos Gomes, editors, “Re-Thinking the Plantation: Histories, Anthropologies, Archeologies” Special double issue of Review, XXXIV, 1 and 2 (June, 2013).
Tomich, Dale and Michael Zeuske (Universität zu Köln, Germany), editors. The Second Slavery: Mass Slavery, World Economy and Comparative Microhistories. Special double issue of Review, XXXI, 2 and 3 (2008).
Tomich, Dale and Flávio dos Santos Gomes (Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro), editors. História de Escravidão Atlântica.Special issue of Estudos AfroAsiáticos (Universidade Candido Mendes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 26, 2 (May-August, 2004).
Journal Articles All invited unless otherwise indicated.
* Indicates joint authorship, otherwise senior author is listed first.
Tomich, Dale, "Re-Thinking the Plantation: Concepts and Histories," in Dale Tomich, Flávio dos Santos Gomes, Olívia Maria Gomes da Cunha, editors, “Re-Thinking the Plantation: Histories, Anthropologies, Archeologies” Review, XXXIV, 1 / 2 (June, 2013).
Tomich, Dale, “A Ordem do Tempo Histórico: a Longue Durée e a Micro-História,” in: Almanack (Brazil), n. 2, (2ª semestre, 2011). (www.almanack.unifesp.br - ISSN 2236-4633), 38-65.
Tomich, Dale, “El orden del tiempo histórico: la Longue Durée y la microhistoria,” Pasajesde Pensamientio Contemporâneo, 35, Primavera, 2011, (Valencia, Spain), 79-93.
Tomich, Dale, “Pensando o impensável: Victor Schoelcher e a Revolução Haitiana,” Mana. Estudos de Antropologia Social (Rio de Janeiro), 15, 1 (2009), 183-212.
Tomich, Dale, “Thinking the ‘Unthinkable’: Victor Schoelcher and the Haitian Revolution,” Review, XXXI, 3 (2008), 430-431.
Tomich, Dale and Michael Zeuske, “The Second Slavery: Mass Slavery, World Economy and Comparative Microhistories,” in Review, XXXI, 2 (2008), 91-100.
Tomich, Dale, “Vitorino Magalhães Godinho: Atlantic History, World History,” Review XXVIII, 4 (2005), 305-312.
Tomich, Dale, “Pensando lo ‘impensable’: Victor Schoelcher y la revolución haitiana,” Revista Del Caribe (Santiago de Cuba) 45 (Abril, 2005), 16-23.
Tomich, Dale, Historia atlántica y economía mundial: conceptos y construcciones.” Revista Del Caribe 47, (Santiago de Cuba, 2005), 15-24.
Tomich, Dale, “O Atlântico como Espaço Histórico,” in História Atlântica.Special issue of Estudos AfroAsiáticos , 26, 2 (Rio de Janeiro, 2004), 221-240.”
Tomich, Dale, “Atlantic History and World Economy: Concepts and Constructions,” Protosociology, 20 (2004), 102-121. Tomich, Dale, “The Wealth of Empire: Francisco Arango y Parreño, Political Economy, and the Second Slavery in Cuba,” Comparative Studies in Society and History 45, 1 (January, 2003), 4-28. [Refereed]
Tomich, Dale. “A Riqueza do Império: Francisco Arango y Parreño, Economia Política e a Segunda Escravidão em Cuba,” Revista de História (University of São Paulo), 149 (Feb., 2003), 11-43.
Tomich, Dale, "Spaces of Slavery: Times of Freedom: Rethinking Caribbean History in World Perspective," Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East XVII, 1 (1997), 67-80.
Tomich, Dale, "Visions of Liberty: Martinique in 1848," Proceedings of the Nineteenth Meeting of the French Colonial Historical Society, Providence Rhode Island, May, 1993 (Cleveland: French Colonial Historical Society, 1994), 164-172. [Refereed]
Tomich, Dale, "Small Islands & Huge Comparisons: Caribbean Plantations, Historical Unevenness, & Capitalist Modernity," Social Science History 18, 3 (Fall, 1994), 339-358.
Tomich, Dale, "Trabalho Escravo e Trabalho Livre: Origens Historicas do Capital" Revista USP (Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil) 13 (Março-Maio, 1992), 100-117.
Tomich, Dale, "Gender: The Production of Social Relations," International Labor and Working-Class History 41 (Spring, 1992), 37-41.
Tomich, Dale, "World Slavery and Caribbean Capitalism: The Cuban Sugar Industry, 1760-1868," Theory and Society 20, 3 (June, 1991), 297-319.
Tomich, Dale, "Une Petite Guinée: Provision Ground and Plantation in Martinique, 1830-1870," Slavery and Abolition 12, 1 (May, 1991), 68-91.
Tomich, Dale, "Liberté ou Mort: Republicanism and Slave Revolt in Martinique, February, 1831," History Workshop Journal 29, (Spring, 1990), 85-91.
Tomich, Dale, "Sugar Technology and Slave Labor in Martinique, 1830-1848," De Nieuwe West-Indische Gids, 63, 1/2, (1989), 118-134.
Tomich, Dale, "Relaciones sociales de producción y mercado mundial en el debate reciente sobre la transición del feudalismo al capitalismo," Manuscrits. Revista d'História Moderna (Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona) 4/5 (Abril, 1987), 209-239.
Tomich, Dale, "Rapporti Sociali di Produzione e Mercato Mondiale nel Dibattito Recente sulla Transizione dal Feudalismo al Capitalismo," Studi Storici, 21, 3 (Luglio-Settembre, 1980), 539-564.
Tomich, Dale, "The Dialectic of Colonialism and Culture: The Origins of the Négritude of Aimé Césaire," Review, II, 3 (Winter, 1979), 351-385.
*Tomich, Dale and Anson G. Rabinbach, "Georges Haupt, 1928-1978," in New German Critique, No. 14, (Spring 1978), 3-6.
Anson G. Rabinbach, "Georges Haupt, 1928-1978," in International Labor and Working Class History, No. 14-15 (Spring 1979), 2-5.
James Petras and Tomich, Dale, "Images and Realities of Violence: The United States and Latin America," in Revista de Sociologia, XL, Numero extraordinario (E), 1978, 195-231.
*Tomich, Dale, "Some Further Reflections on Class and Class Conflict in the World-Economy," (Binghamton, NY: Working Papers of the Fernand Braudel Center for the Study of Economies, Historical Systems and Civilizations, 1977), 1-12.
Book Chapters All invited.
*Indicates joint authorship, otherwise senior author is listed first.
“Introduction.” New Frontiers of Slavery (Albany: State University of New York Press, in press, 2015).
“Vassouras Yesterday and Today: Revisiting the Work of Stanley J. Stein.” New Frontiers of Slavery, (Albany: State University of New York Press, in press, 2015).
“Slavery and Economics in Historical Capitalism: Toward a Theoretical History of the Second Slavery,”in Ricardo Salles and Rafael de Bivar Marquese, eds., Escravidão e Capitalismo Histórico: História e Historiografia. Brasil, Cuba, Estados Unidos, século XIX, (São Paulo: Civilização Brasileira, in press, 2016).
“Capitalism and Slavery Revisited: The ‘Williams Thesis’ in Atlantic Perspective.” In Colin Palmer and Barbara Solow, eds., New Perspectives on the Life and Work of Eric Williams (University of the West Indies Press, in press).
“Capitalism and Slavery Revisited: Remaking the Slave Commodity Frontier,” The Legacy of Eric Williams: Into the Postcolonial Moment, Tanya L. Shields, ed., (Oxford Ms: University of Mississippi Press, 2015).
“Commodity Frontiers, Spatial Economy and Technological Innovation in the Caribbean Sugar Industry, 1783-1866,” in Adrian Leonard and David Pretel, eds., The Caribbean and the Atlantic World Economy. (London: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2015), 184-216.
“Las Antillas: una historia atlántica,” in: José A. Piqueras (coord.), Historia Comparada de las Antillas, vol. 5 de C. Naranjo (dir.), Historia de las Antillas. (CSIC-Ediciones Doce Calles, Madrid: 2014): 23-46.
Forward to Barbara Solow, The Economic Consequences of the Atlantic Slave Trade: Collected Essays (Lexington Books: Lanham MD, 2014), ix-xi.
“Commodity Frontiers, Conjuncture, and Crisis: The Remaking of the Caribbean Sugar Industry, 1783-1866,” in Laviña, Javier and Zeuske, Michael (eds). The Second Slavery: Mass Slaveries and Modernity in the Americas and in the Atlantic Basin. (LIT Verlag: Berlin and Zürich, 2014).
Tomich, Dale, “The Order of Historical Time: Fernand Braudel and Italian Microstoria,” in The Longue Durée and World-Systems Analysis. Richard E. Lee, ed. (Albany: SUNY Press, 2012).
Tomich, Dale, “Econocide? From Abolition to Emancipation in the British and French Caribbean,” in The Caribbean: An Illustrated History. Stephan Palmié and Francisco Scarano, eds. (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press: 2011), 303-316.
*Tomich, Dale and Reinaldo Funes Monzote, “Fronteira Açucareira e Revolução Industrial em Cuba, 1815-1870.” In: Cunha, Olivia Maria Gomes da (ed.) Outras Ilhas: espaços, temporalidades e transformações em Cuba. (Rio de Janeiro, Aeroplano/FAPERJ, 2010), 65-117.
*Tomich, Dale and Reinaldo Funes Monzote, “Naturaleza, tecnologia y esclavitud en Cuba: Frontera azucarera y Revolución industrial, 1815,1870,” in Trabajo libre y trabajo coactivo en sociedades de plantación. José Antonio Piqueras, ed. (Madrid: Siglo XXI de España, 2009), 75-117.
Tomich, Dale, “The Invention of the Cuban Sugarmill: Space, Time and Labor Management, 1820-1860,” in Francisco Arango y la invención de la Cuba azucarera. Mª Dolores González-Ripoll and Izaskun Álvarez Cuartero, ed. (Salamanca: Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca, May, 2010), 133-149.
*Tomich, Dale and Rafael Marquese, “O Vale de Paraíba escravista e a formação do mercado mundial do café no século XIX,” in O Brasil Império (1808-1889), vol. 2. Keila Grinberg e Ricardo Salles, eds. (Rio de Janeiro: Civilização Brasileira, 2009), II, 341-383.
Tomich, Dale, “Anomalies, Clues, and Neglected Transcripts: Microhistory and Representations of the Cuban Sugar Frontier, 1820-1860,” in Event, Place, and Narrative Craft: Method and Meaning in Microhistory, edited by James F. Brooks, Christopher DeCorse, and John Walton. Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA: School of American Research Press, 2008), 225-245.
Tomich, Dale, “Material Process and Industrial Architecture: Innovation on the Cuban Sugar Frontier, 1818-1857,” in 1Nature, Raw Materials, and Political Economy, Paul Ciccantell, Gay Seidman, David A. Smith, eds. (Amsterdam: JAI / Elsevier, 2005), 287-307.
Tomich, Dale, “The Wealth of Empire: Francisco Arango y Parreño, Political Economy, and the Second Slavery in Cuba,” in Interpreting Spanish Colonialism: Empires, Nations, and Legends, Christopher Schmidt-Nowara and John Nieto-Phillips, eds. (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2005), 54-85.
Tomich, Dale, “La richesse et l”Empire: l’esclavage et la production sucrière á Cuba après la Révolution de Saint-Domingue,” in 1802: rétablissement de l'esclavage dans les colonies françaises, Marcel Dorigny et Yves Bénot, eds. (Paris: Éditions Maisonneuve et Larose, 2003), 329-362.
Tomich, Dale, “Slavery in Martinique in the French Caribbean,” in Caribbean Slavery in the Atlantic World, Verene A. Shepherd and Hilary McD. Beckles, eds. (Princeton: Markus Wiener, 2000), 413-436.
Tomich, Dale, "The Other Face of Slave Labor: Provision Grounds and Internal Marketing in Martinique," in Caribbean Slavery in the Atlantic World, Verene A. Shepherd and Hilary McD. Beckles, eds. (Princeton: Markus Wiener, 2000), 743-757.
Dale Tomich and Carolyn Fick, "The French Caribbean," in A Historical Guide to World Slavery, Seymour Drescher and Stanley L. Engerman, eds. (New York: Oxford University Press, 1998), 132-137.
Tomich, Dale, "World of Capital, Worlds of Labor: Reworking Class in Global Perspective," in Reworking Class: Cultures and Institutions of Economic Stratification and Agency, John R. Hall, ed. (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1997), 287-311.
Tomich, Dale, "Contested Terrains: Houses, Provision Grounds, and the Reconstitution of Labor in Post-Emancipation Martinique," in Mary Turner, ed., From Chattel Slavery to Wage Slavery (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1995), 241-257.
Tomich, Dale, "World Market and American Slavery: Problems of Historical Method," in Els espais del mercat, Manuel Cerdá, ed. (Valencia, Spain: Diputació de Valencia, 1993), 213-240.
Tomich, Dale, "Une Petite Guinée: Provision Ground and Plantation in Martinique, 1830-1870," in The Slaves' Economy. Independent Production by Slaves in the Americas, Ira Berlin and Philip D. Morgan, eds. (London: Frank Cass & Co. Ltd., 1991), 68-91.
Tomich, Dale, "Une Petite Guinée: Provision Ground and Plantation in Martinique, 1830-1870," in Cultivation and Culture: Labor and the Shaping of Slave Life in the Americas, Ira Berlin and Philip D. Morgan, eds. (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1993), 221-242.
Tomich, Dale, "The Other Face of Slave Labor: Provision Grounds and Internal Marketing in Martinique," in Caribbean Slave Society and Economy: A Student Reader, Hilary McD. Beckles and Verene A. Shepherd, eds. (Kingston, JA: Ian Randle; London: James Currey, 1991), 304-318.
Tomich, Dale, "A Brecha Camponesa," in Actualidade e Abolição, Manuel Correia de Andrade and Eliane Moury Fernandes, orgs. (Editora Massanga: Recife - PE, Brasil, 1991), 167-185.
Tomich, Dale, "Caribbean Slavery and the Struggle over Reproduction," in Working Without Wages: Domestic Labor and Self-Employment Within Capitalism, Jane Collins and Martha Gimenez, eds. (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1990), 116-124.
Tomich, Dale, "The 'Second Slavery:' Bonded Labor and the Transformation of the Nineteenth Century World Economy," in Rethinking the Nineteenth Century: Movements and Contradictions, Francisco O. Ramirez, ed. (Westport, CT, Greenwood Press, 1988), 103-117.
Tomich, Dale, "White Days, Black Days: The Working Day and the Crisis of Slavery in the French Caribbean," in Crises in the Caribbean Basin, Richard A. Tardanico, ed. (Newbury Park, California, Sage Publications, 1987), 31-45.
James Petras and Tomich, Dale, "The United States and Latin America: Two Types of Violence," Studies in Romance Languages and Literatures: Essays Critical and Contextual, Sandra Messinger Cypess, editor (Lawrence, Kansas: Coronado Press, 1979), 16-31.
James Petras and Dale Tomich, "Images and Realities of Violence: The United States and Latin America," in Conflict, Order, and Peace in the Americas, Part II: Analyses of the Issues, Michael E. Conroy and Norman V. Walbek, ed. (Austin, Texas: Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas, 1978), 91-136.
Review Essays All invited.
Tomich, Dale, "Rethinking Bourgeois Revolutions: Transformations of the World-System, 1730-1840s," review essay on Immanuel Wallerstein, The Modern World-System III. The Second Era of Great Expansion of the Capitalist World-Economy, 1730s – 1840s. With a New Prologue. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2011). “Special Symposium, Vols. I-IV, by Immanuel Wallerstein,: in Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews 41(January, 2012), 16-20.
Tomich, Dale, “Fields of Toil,” History Workshop Journal 62 (Autumn, 2006). 310-318. Review of Richard Steven Street, Beasts of the Field. A Narrative History of California Farmworkers, 1769-1913. (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2004) and Richard Steven Street, Photographing Farmworkers in California. Forward by Kevin Starr (Stanford University Press: 2004), 310-318.
Tomich, Dale, “O Atlântico Negro,” in Afro-Ásia (Centro de Estudos Afro-Orientais da Universidade Federal da Bahia) 17 (1996), 252-259. Review of Paul Gilroy, The Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double Consciousness (London: Verso, 1993) and Paul Gilroy, Small Acts: Thoughts on the Politics of Black Cultures (London: Serpent’s Tail, 1993), 252-259.
Tomich, Dale, "The Black Diaspora," The History Workshop Journal, 42 (Autumn, 1996), 330-335. Review of Paul Gilroy, The Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double Consciousness (London: Verso, 1993) and Paul Gilroy, Small Acts: Thoughts on the Politics of Black Cultures (London: Serpent’s Tail, 1993), 230-235.
Encyclopedia Articles All invited.
Dale Tomich “Agricultural Production,” Princeton Companion to Atlantic History, in Joseph E. Miller, ed. (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2015), 59-64.
Tomich, Dale, “Plantations, The Americas,” in Encyclopedia of Western Colonialism since 1450. 3 vols. Benjamin, Thomas (ed). (Detroit: MacMillan Reference USA, 2007), 912-15.
Tomich, Dale, "Plantations in Latin America," Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 2008), 270-72.
Translation of Flávio dos Santos Gomes, “Backwoodsmen, Runaways and the Frontiers of Emancipation in Maranhão,” Review, XXXI, 3 (2008), 373-399.
“Portugal and the Making of the Atlantic World: Sugar Fleets and Gold Fleets, the Seventeenth to the Eighteenth Centuries,” Review XXVIII, 4 (2005), 313-337. Translation of Vitorino Magalhães Godinho, “Le Portugal et la Construction du Monde Atlantique: Les flottes du sucre et les flottes de l’or. XVIIe-XVIIIe siècles,” Annales, V, 1 (janvier-mai 1950), 32-36 and V, 2 (avril-juin, 1950), 184-197.
Translation of "Why the History of the Working-Class Movement?" by Georges Haupt, in New German Critique, 14, (Spring 1978), 7-27.
Translation of "Why the History of the Working-Class Movement?" by Georges Haupt, in Review, II, 1, (Summer, 1978), 5-24.
Book Reviews All invited. All authored by Dale Tomich
Emily Erikson, Between Monopoly and Free Trade: The English East India Company, 1600-1757 (Princeton: Princeton University, 2014) in International Journal of Comparative Sociology (in press).
Daniel Strum. The Sugar Trade: Brazil, Portugal and the Netherlands, 1595-1630 (Rio de Janeiro: Versal Editors / Stanford: Stanford University Press) in New West Indian Guide 89, 3&4 (2015).
Walter Johnson, River of Dark Dreams: Slavery and Empire in the Cotton Kingdom (Cambridge: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2013) in The Review of Politics 76, 3 (Summer, 2014), 519-522.
Veront Satchell, Sugar, Slavery and Technological Change: Jamaica, 1760-1830 (Saarbrücken: VDM Verlag Dr. Miller GMBH, 2010) in World Sugar History Newsletter (2013).
George Baca, Aisha Khan, and Stephan Palmie, eds. Empirical Futures: Anthropologists and Historians Engage the Work of Sidney Mintz. (Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press, 2009) in Hispanic-American Historical Review 91, 3 (February 2010), pp. 595-597.
Frank Moya Pons, History of the Caribbean: Plantations, Trade & War in the Atlantic World (Princeton: Marcus Weiner Publishers, 2007) in Hispanic American Historical Review 90, 1 (Feb. 2010), pp. 200-202.
Jose C. Curto and Renée Soulodre-La France, eds. Africa and the Americas: Interconnections during the Slave Trade (Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 2005) in The Americas, 63, 3 (Jan. 2007), pp. 498-499.