Trevor Bryant

Past Postdoctoral Fellow (2022-23)

Curriculum Vitae


Dr. Bryant’s research explores issues of inter- and intra-imperial mobility within the eighteenth-century Spanish Atlantic world, focusing primarily on how colonial Florida’s inhabitants forced officials in multiple empires to reckon with their migration and human trafficking polices. He is currently teaching Modern U.S. History and Colonial Florida History and, due to his inter-field approach, can also teach the history of the Caribbean, Comparative Slavery, Atlantic Empires, Latin America, and Borderlands history. As a Writing in History Postdoctoral Fellow, he coordinates the program’s digital outreach, facilitates the department's graduate fellowships and undergraduate student writing contests, assists with training and mentoring writing-in-history tutors, and collaborates with the other postdoctoral fellows for the department’s Writing in History Undergraduate Workshop Series.