Dr. Kaysha Corinealdi

Scholar of migration, empire, feminism, and activism in the Americas


Making Global History Legible.” Part of Issue “On Transnational and International History.” American Historical Review, Volume 128, Issue 1, March 2023, pp. 264-269

Being Fully Human: Linda Smart Chubb and the Praxis of Black Feminist Internationalism.”
Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 47:4, Summer 2022, pp. 931-955.

Image from Recuerdo del Partido Nacional Feminista, 1926

Jim Crow was Hemispheric. So was the Black Activism that Sought to Dismantle it.” Made by History Blog, Washington Post, February 18, 2022

Also available as “Black Internationalism, Black Studies, and the Challenge to Hemispheric Jim Crow.” AAIHS-Black Perspectives Blog, March 14, 2022.

Thelma King and the Call for Revolution.” Public Books, Global Black History Section, January 5, 2022

Essays from the Dark Room: Race and Visual Culture Studies Seminar.” With Sandy Alexandre, Kimberly Juanita Brown, and Eunsong Kim. Social Text 149, 39:4, December 2021, pp. 55-73

Dr. Carlos E. Russell and the Origins of Black Solidarity Day.” AAIHS-Black Perspectives Blog, September 14, 2021

(Photo by photojournalist Fernando Bramwell, 1990.)

A Section for Women: Journalism and Gendered Promises of Anti-Colonial Progress in Interwar Panama.” Caribbean Review of Gender Studies, Issue 12, December 2018, 91-120

Creating Transformative Education: Robert Beecher and Thinking Through Race and Empire from Panama to New York.” International Journal of Africana Studies, 18:2, Fall-Winter 2017, 83-103

Envisioning Multiple Citizenships: West Indian Panamanians and Creating Community in the Canal Zone Neocolony.” The Global South, 6:2, Special Issue, Interoceanic Diasporas and the Panama Canal’s Centennial, Fall 2013, 87-106