Monument
dutch Colonial Slavery research 2025-2035 

With the launch of 'Dutch Colonial Slavery and Its Afterlives: 2025-2035 Research Agenda' Rose Mary Allen, Esther Captain, Matthias van Rossum and Urwin Vyent will be looking at possible avenues for future research into Dutch colonial slavery and its afterlives.

Following last June's publication of State and Slavery Rose Mary Allen, Esther Captain, Matthias van Rossum and Urwin Vyent have formulated a Research Agenda to guide future research into Dutch colonial slavery and its afterlives. The Research Agenda will be published in three languages: Dutch, English and Papiamentu. To celebrate this an insightfull afternoon will be organised in Nijmegen.

The launch will be presented by Nancy Jouwe. With reflections on the Rearch Agenda (among others by Luc Alofs, Aruba), interviews with academics from different disciplines and a dance performance (Farida Nabibaks). The main language will be Dutch.

The Research Agenda makes suggestions for themes that have so far remained underexposed, but which, based on debates in science and society, can be expected to demand more attention in the near future. You can find more information on the Research Agenda here.

Uitnodiging 12 april 2024

Date

12 April 2024

time

14.00 - 17.00 

location

Nijmegen

Registrate?

If you want to join us for the launch, registration will be open till 5 April. You can registrate by emailing kraaijenoord@kitlv.nl 

There will also be a livestream. For the link you can also registrate through kraaijenoord@kitlv.nl

You can contact us at
staatenslavernij@kitlv.nl 

Press   •   Links •   Contact

Copyright  •  Algemene voorwaarden • Privacy