Conference Report: Negotiating Status and Scope of Action — Interrelations between Slavery and Other Forms of Dependency in Early Modern Europe

H-Slavery thanks Josef Köstlbauer of the University of Bremen (josef.koestlbauer@uni-bremen.de) for the following report on the conference, “Negotiating Status and Scope of Action — Interrelations between Slavery and Other Forms of Dependency in Early Modern Europe.

Conference Report

Negotiating Status and Scope of Action. Interrelations between Slavery and Other Forms of Dependency in Early Modern Europe.

June 15—17, 2017

Exhibit at Crailo State Historic Site, NY until Oct. 31, 2016: "A Dishonorable Trade: Human Trafficking in the Dutch Atlantic World"

The exhibit, "A Dishonorable Trade: Human Trafficking in the Dutch Atlantic World," is the result of a two year collaboration between the Crailo State Historic Site, the Gilder Lehrman Center, and the Yale Public History Institute. Divided into two parts, the exhibit examines the role that slavery played in the creation and maintenance of the Dutch trading empire and then delves into the lives and stories of the people affected by the trade.

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