Monday, 17 September 2012

International Conference: 1804 & Its Afterlives

International Conference: 1804 & Its Afterlives

The Space, Nottingham Contemporary, Friday 7th & Saturday 8th December 2012

1804 & Its Afterlives brings together international speakers whose path-breaking studies have challenged previous orthodoxies about the Haitian Revolution, its local and international repercussions, and its afterlives as inspiration for critical thought, cultural production and political change. Speakers include Colin (aka Joan) Dayan, Barbara Browning, Michael Largey, Dick Geary, Ada Ferrer, Martin Munro, Millery Polyné, Matthew J Smith, Nick Nesbitt.

Free. Book online to receive a full conference programme:

Supported by the University of Nottingham Institute for the Study of Slavery

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