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Upcoming Conferences Relating to Slavery and Slave Trades in History and Memory:
"Black Is...Black Ain't": Reconceptualizing The African Diaspora: An Interdisciplinary Symposium; Indiana University-Bloomington, March 25–26, 2011.
Slavery and the
: Histories and Legacies,
University, Feb. 3–6, 2011
African American History & Culture
at UNC-Chapel Hill, Feb. 19–20, 2011
Links to Past Conferences Relating to Slavery and Slave Trades in History and Memory:
? Slavery Today? Dec. 3–4, 2010, New York Historical Society
"Race, Slavery and the
: The Tough Stuff of American History and Memory," Sept. 24, 2010, Norfolk State University.
Charting New Courses
in the History of Slavery and Emancipation, March 3–6, 2010, University of Southern Mississippi
of Slavery Museums, Memorials, and Monuments, June 28–30, 2010, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
"The bloody Writing is for ever torn": The Abolition of the
Atlantic Slave Trade
: Origins, Effects, and Legacies, Aug. 8–12, 2007, Accra and Elmina, Ghana
: Scholarship and Interpretation in the 21st Century, April 13, 2007, Hampton National Historic Site
Slavery and Public History: An International
, Nov 2–4, 2006, Yale University
Repairing the Past
: Confronting the Legacies of Slavery, Genocide, & Caste, Oct. 27–29, 2005, Yale University
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