Possible AHA Panel on Complex Loyalties within the Worlds of Enslavement

Dear all,

Although late, I'm still hoping to recruit fellow scholars of slavery in both Africa and the African Diaspora for a panel that would revolve around the complexities of loyalties, alliances, community-building and survival in the worlds of slavery at the AHA 2019 in Chicago.

CFP: Medicine and Healing in the Age of Slavery (9/15 deadline)

The History Department at Rice University invites proposals for a two-day symposium on the history of Medicine and Healing in the Age of Slavery. In the last three decades, scholars have increasingly identified connections between slavery and medicine. They have uncovered how medical theories and practices helped to reinforce the institution of slavery, just as enslaved people used their knowledge of healing to gain autonomy and power.

CFP - ASECS 2018 (Orlando) - Theatre, Performance, and Slavery - Deadline September 15

Please consider submitting proposals for the 2018 American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies panel on "Theatre, Performance, and Slavery." This panel is sponsored by the ASECS Performance Studies Caucus; we are interested in work by scholars from a variety of national-linguistic traditions (French, Spanish, English, Portuguese, Dutch), as well as comparatists. ASECS 2018 will take place in Orlando, Florida, from March 22-25; deadline for receipt of proposals is September 15.

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CFP: Theatre, Performance, and Slavery

 

CFP: Medicine and Healing in the Age of Slavery

The History Department at Rice University invites proposals for a two-day symposium on the history of Medicine and Healing in the Age of Slavery. In the last three decades, scholars have increasingly identified connections between slavery and medicine. They have uncovered how medical theories and practices helped to reinforce the institution of slavery, just as enslaved people used their knowledge of healing to gain autonomy and power.

Conference, 1-2 June: Codrington College, Barbados

THE CORPORATE ATLANTIC

BARBADOS AS A FOCAL POINT FOR MULTINATIONALS
FROM THE 17TH CENTURY TO THE PRESENT

A two-day international, interdisciplinary conference organised by the Centre for the Political Economies of International Commerce (PEIC), University of Kent, in association with the Department of History and Philosophy, The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados Museum and Historical Society, and Codrington College.

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