Tubman Talks: The first 24: Trajectories of enslaved Africans liberated by the Anglo-Portuguese mixed commission at Luanda, 1844-1858

Jose-Curto photo

The Tubman Talks is pleased to present José C. Curto and his talk, “The first 24: Trajectories of enslaved Africans liberated by the Anglo-Portuguese Mixed Commission at Luanda, 1844-1858” on Thursday, February 5, 2015, from 2:30pm to 4:30pm in Room Continue reading Tubman Talks: The first 24: Trajectories of enslaved Africans liberated by the Anglo-Portuguese mixed commission at Luanda, 1844-1858

Luso-African Group at Tubman awarded Certificate of Appreciation

Congratulations to the Luso-African Group at the Tubman Institute on recently being honoured by the Angolan Community of Ontario, through its President, Mr. Antonio Ildo Major Alves, with a Certificate of Appreciation for their “dedication to educate people about Angolan culture Continue reading Luso-African Group at Tubman awarded Certificate of Appreciation

“Angola: Then and Now” panels at the Inaugural Meeting of the Lusophone Studies Association

The Angola Resgate Group, York University, announces three Angola: Then and Now panels at the Inaugural Meeting of the Lusophone Studies Association (LSA)York University, October 29th to November 1st, 2013 Angola: Then and Now Thursday, October 31, 2013 9:30 – 10:45 Continue reading “Angola: Then and Now” panels at the Inaugural Meeting of the Lusophone Studies Association

Fighting against Enslavement in Benguela, Angola, 1816-1818

Four part video filmed during the Angola Field Group Presentation on November 29, 2012 at the Viking Club: “Fighting against Enslavement: José Manuel and Nbena in Benguela, 1816-1818”, presented by José C. Curto. The first two videos feature Professor Curto’s Continue reading Fighting against Enslavement in Benguela, Angola, 1816-1818