The first in a series of Public Lectures of the Newnham Legacies of Enslavement Inquiry will be given by Prof Theresa A. Singleton on Monday, 30 November at 5:30pm GMT.
An Archaeology of Marronage: Mapping Slave Runaway Sites in Hispaniola, 1521-1822
Theresa A. Singleton
Professor of Anthropology, Syracuse University
Pitt Professor at the University of Cambridge and Newnham College Professorial Fellow 2021-2022.
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The Legacies of Enslavement Inquiry at Newnham College Public Lectures Series is co-convened with the Archives of the Disappeared Research Initiative at the Margaret Anstee Centre, and with the generous support of the Senior Members Research Support Fund.