Yvonne Fabella

Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies
History Undergraduate Advisor
Education: 

B.A. in History and French, American University
M.A. in History, University of Maryland at Baltimore County
Ph.D. in History, State University of New York (SUNY) at Stony Brook

College Hall 208 C
fabella@sas.upenn.edu
(215) 898-4576

For questions regarding History Advising, visit:

https://www.history.upenn.edu/undergraduate/advising

Selected Publications: 

“An Empire Founded on Libertinage: the Mulâtresse and Colonial Anxiety in Saint Domingue.” In Gender, Religion, and Race in the Colonization of the Americas, edited by Nora Jaffary, 109-124. Burlington: The Ashgate Publishing Company, 2007. 

“Redeeming the ‘Character of the Creoles:’ Whiteness, Gender and Creolization in Pre-Revolutionary Saint Domingue,” Journal of Historical Sociology, 23, no. 1 (March 2010): 40-72.

 

Courses Taught: 

HIST 201 The French Revolution
HIST 233 Pirates, Rebels and Runaways: Unofficial Histories of the Colonial Caribbean
HIST 233 Race, Slavery and Revolution in the French Atlantic World
HIST 233 The French and Haitian Revolutions