Conf.: Cross-cultural transformations in the Atlantic World (16th-19th centuries), June 5-6, 2018, London

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Cross-cultural transformations in the Atlantic World  (16th-19th centuries)
June 5, 2018 to June 6, 2018
Anatomy Museum, King's College London, Strand
The principal aim of the conference is to overcome a Eurocentric approach to Atlantic history that considers it as a mere history of the Europeans overseas empires. Instead, the focus of the debate will be on the active role played by Native Americans and Africans in shaping transformations of the period.

To trace the origins of a variety of Atlantic/American societies, papers will show how individual and dynamic actions of appropriation and innovation allowed the emergence of new identities, which were in permanent (re)construction. Presenters on African topics include Hugo Ribeiro da Silva, Toby Green, Kalle Kananoja, José da Silva Horta, and Manuel Barcia. Full program available at:

Hugo Ribeiro da Silva (KCL)
Toby Green (KCL)

King’s College London
Strand | London WC2R 2LS

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