Fernanda Bretones Lane

Fernanda Bretones Lane

Mark Claster Mamolen Dissertation Workshop 2017 Alumna
PhD Candidate, History Department at Vanderbilt University
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Fernanda Bretones Lane is a doctoral candidate in the History Department at Vanderbilt University. She is interested in Latin American andĀ Atlantic history, and the intersections between empire, law, and slavery. Fernanda's current project focuses on inter-colonial migration in the eighteenth-century Caribbean, particularly the movement of enslaved peoples across imperial borders motivated by what historians call the "Spanish religious sanctuary policy."