CFC: Canadian Modern Language Review Special Issue - Race, Migration, Colonialism in Language Teaching and Learning

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Communication, Cultural History / Studies, Languages

Upcoming Lecture: Dr. Chouki El Hamel, “Slavery, Race and the Archives in Morocco: The Epistemology of Silence”

The Middle East Librarians Association's Social Justice Committee is happy to announce the 4th lecture of the “Stories and Silences: Research on Race in the Middle East" lecture series. This month our speaker, Dr. Chouki El Hamel will speak on “Slavery, Race and the Archives in Morocco: The Epistemology of Silence” on December 17, 2020, at 11 AM EST (UTC-5).  

Seneca Falls Dialogues Virtual Conference October 23-24th

Please join us for the 7th Biennial Seneca Falls Dialogues, "Questioning the Past, Disrupting the Present, Building the Future" October 23-24th. 

The Biennial Seneca Falls Dialogues is a conference that, rather than featuring presentations of papers, invites presenters to lead structured dialogues aimed at fostering collaboration and insightful conversation among students, faculty, and activists. The SFD takes place once every two years, normally in historic Seneca Falls, New York, as an effort to reinvigorate Seneca Falls as a site of feminist activism and intellectual exchange. 

Toussaint Louverture, figure de l'émancipation

Toussaint Louverture, figure de l'émancipation

Quelle mémoire pour l'esclavage? A l"heure ou cette question hante le débat public l'historien Sudhir Hazareesingh publie la biographie définitive sur Toussaint Louverture, le premier libérateur noir influencé par les Lumières autant que par le monde créole. Un regard neuf sur le débat actuel.


Révolte d'esclaves à Saint-Domingue • Crédits : Bettmann - Getty

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