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Legal Freedom, Legal Violence: Haiti After the Revolution: Lecture and Conversation
Start Date: 5/22/2019Start Time: 4:00 PM
End Date: 5/22/2019End Time: 5:30 PM

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Africana Studies Presents: Winter Rae Schneider and Grace Sanders Johnson

What did freedom look like in the "Black Republic?" This talk uses new research in Haitian archives to look critically at legal racialization and land ownership during Haiti's nineteenth century. Engaging Black Geographies and Critical Race Studies approaches, this talk focuses on how competing visions and praxes of freedom can be historicized in rural Haitian landscapes.

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Name: Alden Young, Director Africana Studies
Phone: 215.895.2463
Drexel University, 3101 Market St, Room 224, Philadelphia, PA 19104
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