Tubman Talks: “From Green Gold to Ganja: The Enduring Legacy of the Plantation Economy in the Eastern Caribbean” — 21 September 2017

Kevin Edmonds will present a paper entitled, “From Green Gold to Ganja: The Enduring Legacy of the Plantation Economy in the Eastern Caribbean,” on September 21, 2017 at the Harriet Tubman Institute from 2:30 – 4:00. Abstract This talk will focus Continue reading Tubman Talks: “From Green Gold to Ganja: The Enduring Legacy of the Plantation Economy in the Eastern Caribbean” — 21 September 2017

Slavery Old and New Series: “Black Tunisians awake after 2011 – but who are they?” – May 30, 2017

Slavery Old and New is a joint research initiative which examines the legal conceptualization of labour exploitation. Through an interdisciplinary, transnational and historical methodology, this project draws on a variety of disciplines, spaces in time, and places around the world, Continue reading Slavery Old and New Series: “Black Tunisians awake after 2011 – but who are they?” – May 30, 2017

Call for Papers: “Slavery, Slave Trade and the Making of Mozambique” – Deadline, 1 July 2017

2nd Annual International Conference of the Oficina de História-Mozambique. “Slavery, Slave Trade and the Making of Mozambique” Fortaleza de Maputo October 27-28, 2017. The Oficina de História-Mozambique is organizing its second annual international conference in collaboration with the Harriet Tubman Institute for Research Continue reading Call for Papers: “Slavery, Slave Trade and the Making of Mozambique” – Deadline, 1 July 2017

Summer Institute 2017: “African Diasporas: Peoples, Cultures, Institutions”

       CALL FOR PAPERS: The Harriet Tubman Institute, York University, in collaboration with the Department of Social and Cultural Analysis at New York University, presents the 8th Annual Summer Institute:  “African Diasporas: Peoples, Cultures, Institutions,” at York University, Keele Continue reading Summer Institute 2017: “African Diasporas: Peoples, Cultures, Institutions”

Tubman Talks: “History in the Lab: An Overview and Analysis of Teaching Digital History” — April 6, 2017

Dr. Sean Kheraj will give a paper entitled, “History in the Lab: An Overview and Analysis of Teaching Digital History” on 6 April 2017 at the Harriet Tubman Institute from 2:30-4:30. Abstract Can history be taught in a computer lab? Continue reading Tubman Talks: “History in the Lab: An Overview and Analysis of Teaching Digital History” — April 6, 2017

Tubman Talks – “Troubling Nostalgia: Reading the “Untold Stories” of Indians in Africa — 23 March 2017

Dr. Alia Somani will give a paper entitled, “Troubling Nostalgia: Reading the “Untold Stories” of Indians in Africa” on 23 March 2017 at the Harriet Tubman Institute from 2:30-4:30. Abstract This paper considers two literary texts that attempt to resurrect Continue reading Tubman Talks – “Troubling Nostalgia: Reading the “Untold Stories” of Indians in Africa — 23 March 2017

Tubman Talks: “Misoprostol: The Social life of a life-saving drug in Senegal” — 2 March 2017

Dr. Margaret MacDonald will present a paper entitled, “Misoprostol: The Social life of a life-saving drug in Senegal”, on March 2, 2017 at the Harriet Tubman Institute from 2:30 – 4:30. Abstract My focus in this paper is a drug Continue reading Tubman Talks: “Misoprostol: The Social life of a life-saving drug in Senegal” — 2 March 2017