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Fields-Black, Edda L.

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Dr. Edda L. Fields-Black is an Associate Professor at Carnegie Mellon in the Department of History and a specialist in early/pre-colonial and West African history.  She is author of Deep Roots: Rice Farmers in Afriac and the African Diaspora (Indiana University Press, 2008).  Fields-Black is currently working on both sides of the Atlantic: she is co-authoring Rice: Global Networks and New Histories with Francesca Bray, Peter Coclanis, and Dagmar Schafer and writing a second monograph, a historical study of the Gullah/Geechee in South Carolina and Georgia.
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