Announcement: Towards the Angolan Past Symposium

Canadian Association of African Studies Annual Meeting – CAAS 2013
Carleton University, Ottawa:  May 1 to 3, 2013

 

Friday, May 3rd, 9:00am-10:30am
Panel III.A.2 – Daily Life in a Slaving Port Town: Marrying, Living and Dying in Benguela

Organizer/Organisatrice: Vanessa S. Oliveira (York University)
Chair/Presidence: Dr. Frank Luce – (York University)

Marriage in Benguela, 1798-1828
Dr. José C. Curto (York University)

Voices of the Dead: Ecclesiastical Burial Records as Social History in 18th
Century Benguela
Maryann Buri (York University)

From Slave to Slave Trader: The trajectory of Feliciano José de Barros between
Rio de Janeiro and Benguela (c.1775-1818)
Estevam Thompson (Universidade de Brasilia)

Friday, May 3rd, 11:00am-12:30pm
Panel III.B.2. – Women, Criminals and Soldiers in Angola
Organizer/Organisatrice: Vanessa S. Oliveira (York University)
Chair/Presidence: Dr. Didier Peclard (University of Michigan)

Free and Enslaved Women in the Public Market of Luanda (19th century)
Vanessa S. Oliveira (York University)

“Where Portugal Purges Her Scum:” Crime, Punishment, and the Rise of a Police State in 19th Century Angola
Tracy Lopes (York University)

“There is no Brazil Without Angola”: Brazilian Soldiers in Angola, c. 1580-1700
Kara D. Schultz (Vanderbilt University)

Friday, May 3rd, 2:00pm-3:30pm
Panel III.D.2. – Towards the Angolan Nation-State
Organizer/Organisatrice: Vanessa S. Oliveira (York University)
Chair/Presidence: Dr. José C. Curto (York University)

Canadian missionaries in Angola: extending the Kingdom through labour
Dr. Frank Luce (York University)

Competing “Nation Views”, War and the Quest for (State) Hegemony in 20th-Century Angola
Dr. Didier Peclard (University of Michigan)

Angola as a Developmental State
Dr. Jesse Salah Ovadia (York University)

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