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HARRIET TUBMAN SEMINAR
YORK UNIVERSITY
2001/2002

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SPEAKER

TITLE

DATE

Gwyn Campbell (Université d'Avignon) "Interpretations of Imerina Social History," * 16 August, 2001
Renée Soulodre-La France (York University) "'Por el Amor!' Child Killing in Colonial Nueva Granada," 10 September 2001
Bruce Connell
(York University) and
David Zeitlyn
(University of Kent)
"Ethnogenesis and Fractal History on an African Frontier: Mambila - Njerep - Mandulu" 17 September 2001
Nicholas Rogers
(York University)
"War, Race and Marginality: The Mosquito Coast in the Eighteenth Century" 2 October 2001
Beatriz Gallotti Mamigonian
(University of Waterloo)
"Considering the labour experience of the liberated Africans in Brazil: Desidério and João Mina, André Lualle and Honorata Benguella and the fate of the recaptives at the service of the Brazilian state, 1830s-1860s." 24 October 2001
Emma Christopher (University of Toronto) "Black Jacks and the Trade in Black Gold." 13 March 2002
Olivier Pétré-Grenouilleau (Université de Lorient) "Slave Trade History and Memory. The Snares of Eurocentrism"
19 March 2002
Chouki El Hamel (University of Arizona and Schomburg Centre) "Writing Moroccan Slavery: Slave Registers and Slave Definition" 25 March 2002
Carolyn Brown
(Rutgers University)
"Contestation and Identity Formation under Colonialism: Emancipation Struggles in Southern Nkanu, 1920-1935" 2 April 2002
* Published by H-SAfrica@h-net.msu.edu (April 2001)

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