“To Make Her Own Bargains with Boats": Gender, Labor, and Freedom in the Western Steamboat World
Authors: Alisha Hines, Wake Forest University
Caribbean Connections – Panel Discussion
Authors: Charlotte Carrington-Farmer, Roger Williams University; Casey Schmitt, Cornell University
Comment: Ryan Quintana, Wellesley College
Tuesday 1 December
Virtual Event - hosted by the Massachusetts Historical Society
I've made the payment to JDC but haven't figured out how to register for viewing these 2 films.
Please let me know how to register and when the films are going to be screened.
I'm searching for the meaning of an abbreviation reading "Ich.Pol." engraved on the foot of an armchair given to my great-grandfather in Paris after the war, as compensation for looted furniture in his lawyer office during the Occupation (Paris, 16th arrondissement).
Also featured in the engravement : a svastika + IIIrd Reich eagle.
Photo can be sent in a separate email.
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Is there a specific day and time for the screening, or is streaming all the time?
A Tale of Two Worlds (1941) is a promotional film outlining JDCs response to the Nazi advance in Europe, showing aid to refugees around the world. Spanning the globe through eye-witness accounts, the film addresses the situation of Jews across Europe including Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia, France, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Poland, Lithuania, and Portugal, as well as in Palestine, Shanghai, and Latin America, while highlighting JDC's work in partnership with other agencies.
L’histoire officielle d’Haïti fait trop de cadeaux à Christophe Colomb. Ce sociologue propose une relecture
La décolonisation est un impératif, selon le sociologue Jean Casimir
Hier, 18 novembre 2020 marquait les 217 ans de la bataille de Vertières. C’est l’étape finale dans la lutte menant à la révolution haïtienne de 1804. Cette révolution offre une clé pour la compréhension géopolitique de l’Amérique latine ; de la genèse de ses États-nations à son incommensurable actualité.