Annual Walter Rodney Lecture
Tuesday 27th October, 2015 Professor Vincent Brown, Harvard University:
Designing Histories of Slavery in the Database Age.
Tuesday 17th November: Professor Manuel Covo, University of Warwick
The Entrepôt of Atlantic Revolutions: Saint-Domingue, the United States and Commercial Republicanism
Friday, 27th November:
'Inimitable Painting': The Work of Stanley Greaves and Wilson Harris
– a one day symposium inspired by Greaves’ new series of paintings, Dialogue with Wilson Harris, featuring talks by Gemma Robinson and Leon Wainwright.
Tuesday, 1st December: Professor Patricia Stuelke (Dartmouth):
Acoustic Adjustments: The Noriega Playlist and the Neoliberal Makeover of Panama
Tuesday 8th December: Professor Gad Heuman, Emeritus Professor, University of Warwick.
Gender and Protest at Morant Bay and in the Post-Emancipation Caribbean
‘Free people of colour in the French Caribbean during the early modern period: old and new perspectives’
Tuesday 2nd February, Dr Parvati Kumaraswani ( University of Reading)
'Beyond Havana: Literary Culture in the periphery of the periphery'
Tuesday, 1st March, Dr Jean Pierre Le Glaunec ( University of Sherbrooke)
‘Vertières, Haiti, November 18 1803: History and Memory of a Non-Event’
Tuesday 26th April, Dr Aaron Kamugisha ( University of the West Indies)
‘Caribbean Racial States: Creolisation and Racism in the Anglophone Caribbean’
Wednesday 27th April
Dr Aaron Kamugisha ( University of the West Indies)
‘Caribbean Cultural and Political Thought: A Workshop’
Tuesday 3rd May, Dr Dominique Rogers, (Université des Antilles)