CIDRAL events with Dominique Rogers

by | May 7, 2019 | Events, News | 0 comments

The next two CIDRAL events will be with Professor Dominque Rogers (University of the Antilles). 

Tuesday 7 May, 5pm, Room A101 Samuel Alexander Building

Public Lecture: ‘Between Racialization and Appropriation: Patterns of Belonging for Free People of Colour in Saint-Lucia, Martinique and French Saint-Domingue (17th-18th Century)’.  On the intersection of racialization and citizenship for free people of colour in the early modern Caribbean.


Wednesday 8 May, 1pm, Room A215 Samuel Alexander Building

Key Ideas seminar: ‘Enslaved People and Voice: 18th and 19th-century Caribbean’

Postgraduate students with an interest in this area are particularly welcome!


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