"Haiti: Slavery, Resistance, Revolution"/"Haïti: esclavage, résistance, révolution" Symposium in honour of Professor Carolyn Fick

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"Haiti: Slavery, Resistance, Revolution"/"Haïti: esclavage, résistance, révolution"
Symposium in honour of Professor Carolyn Fick
September 8, 2017, 9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
 
Engraving made by Marcus Rainsford in 1805, of a temple, probably built under the reign of Toussaint Louverture. The tablets in the engraving represent the articles of the 1793 decree of emancipation. | Courtesy of the John Carter Brown Library

In honour of Professor Carolyn Fick, the Department of History and the Montreal French Atlantic History Group are proud to present the following symposium:


Concordia University Friends of the Library Seminar Rooms, LB-361 and 362
Friends of the Library Room LB-361
8:30-9:15 Petit déjeuner
9:00: Bienvenue, Peter Gossage, Anya Zilberstein

Webster Library Seminar room LB-362
9:30-10:10: “The Haitian Revolution from Below”/ « La Révolution haïtienne vue d'en bas »
Chair: Allan Greer, McGill University
Frantz Voltaire, Centre International De Documentation & D'Information Haitienne Caraïbéenne & Afrocanadienne

10:15-11:30 “Interpreting the Haitian Revolution: Sources, Methods, Theories”/ « L’interprétation de la Révolution haïtienne: documents, méthodes, théories »
Chair: Catherine Desbarats, McGill University
Marlene Daut, University of Virginia
Julia Gaffield, Georgia State University
Bertie Mandelblatt, University of Toronto

11:30 -11:50: pause café

11:55-12:55: “Resisting Slavery in the Age of Revolutions”/ « Résister à l'esclavage à l'ère des Révolutions»
Chair: Norman Ingram, Concordia University
Jean-Pierre Le Glaunec, Université de Sherbrooke
Francois Furstenberg, Johns Hopkins University
Manuel Covo, University of California, Santa Barbara

13:00-14:30: Déjeuner / Lunch on your own

14:40-16:00
“The Making of Atlantic Studies: James, Rudé, Fick” / « La naissance du monde atlantique: James, Rudé, Fick »
Chair: Nick Dew, McGill University
Carolyn Fick, Concordia University
Malick Ghachem, MIT
David Austin, John Abbott College

 
 

 

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