Thinking with Borders in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

Series Name School of History, Politics and International Relations
Type Courses & Workshops
When 22 May 2018, 12:00AM - 05:30AM
Venue Seminar Room, 3-5 Salisbury Road
Open To University staff and students
Ticket Price Free Event
For Bookings Contact Kellie Moss

“Thinking With Borders in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries”
22 May 2018, 12.00-5.30pm
Seminar Room, 3-5 Salisbury Road, University of Leicester

Global, Colonial and Postcolonial Research Cluster
School of History, Politics and International Relations

Arrival, lunch and welcome (Clare Anderson)

Boundaries, Not Borders: Dividing lands and peoples through the colonisation of Turtle Island
Adam Barker, University of Hertfordshire

The Limits of Slavery at Sea: Slave trade abolition in the early 19th-century Caribbean
Anita Rupprecht, University of Brighton

Free Soil and Fugitive Slaves in British Colonial Africa
Richard Anderson, University of Leicester


Salt Smuggling and Extradition on the Colonial Frontiers of Western India
Kate Boehme, University of Leicester

Challenging the ‘Universal Language of Humanity’: Humanitarian relief during the partition, 1946-1948
Maria Framke, University of Rostock (visiting Erasmus scholar, Stanley Burton Centre)

From Formosa to 'Free China', 1945-1960
Tehyun Ma, University of Sheffield

Drinks and Dinner (The Lansdowne, London Road).

Registration (for catering purposes): Kellie Moss
Note: Lunch and refreshments provided. Drinks and dinner at own cost.

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