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News

10.06.2021 | Presseklip

Podcast w.Mads Anders Baggesgaard on legacies of slavery

Bla bla podcast by Aarhus Studenterradio (in Danish)

11.05.2021 | Udgivelse

Lire et narrer le post-esclavage

Special issue of the journal Esclavages & post~esclavages/Slaveries & Post~Slaveries edited by Mads Anders Baggesgaard and Lotte Pelckmans

08.09.2020 | Seminar

Kolonialismens vedholdenhed/The persistence of colonialism

Lecture series in collaboration with Kunsthal Aarhus 2021-22

20.05.2020 | Bevillinger

Grant for new research project: Authoring slavery: Authorship and agency in narratives of slavery in Ghana

New collective research project in collaboration with colleagues from University of Ghana, Cape Coast University and National Museum of Ghana

30.01.2020 | Udgivelse

First issue of new journal: Esclavages & Post-esclavages

The first issue of the new journal Esclavages & Post-esclavages/Slaveries & Post-slaveries with the title Citoyenneté & contre-citoyenneté/Citizenship and Counter-citizenship is now freely available online

24.01.2020 | Bevillinger

Research grant for Mads Anders Baggesgaard

Mads Anders Baggesgaard has been granted a Carlsberg Foundation Monograph Fellowship for the book project The Freest Port? Slavery and Literature in St. Thomas

15.01.2020 | Navne

Fellowships in Bonn - Bonn Center for Dependency and Slavery Studies (BCDSS)

6 fellowships available at the Bonn Center for Dependency and Slavery Studies (BCDSS), deadline March 15.

07.11.2019 | Seminar

Opening seminar: Images of present-day slavery

November 20, 2019, Aarhus University, Langelandsgade 141

07.11.2019 | Konference

CfP - The Virgin Islands in the Colonial Imaginary

Call for papers for stream in conference - Deadline Dec. 1, 2019

Past news

Events

man 02 aug
09:00-22:23 | Online
Reading narratives of slavery, memory and human rights
AU Summer University course
ons 25 aug
09:15-17:30 | Roskilde
PhD course: Ecocritism, Communication Ecology and Mobility: Representations of History and Landscapes in the Caribbean and Beyond
Organized in cooperation with the Doctoral School of Communication and Arts, Roskilde University and the PhD Programme for Art, Literature and Cultural Studies, Aarhus University