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 km345@le.ac.uk

“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

12.00-1.00pm
Arrival, lunch and welcome (Clare Anderson)

1.00-3.00pm
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

3.00-3.30pm
Refreshments

3.30-5.30pm
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

5.30pm
Drinks and Dinner (The Lansdowne, London Road).

Registration (for catering purposes): Kellie Moss km345@le.ac.uk.
Note: Lunch and refreshments provided. Drinks and dinner at own cost.

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