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Colloquium with Kathryn M. de Luna

December 6, 2022, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST

Join us in the OI Conference room, Swem Library, campus of William & Mary, for a discussion of “Toward a History of Palmares in Terms of Africa: the Conceptual Architecture of Marronage and the Enchantment of the Archive.”

Kathryn M. de Luna is a Provost Distinguished Associate Professor at Georgetown University who “works in two contexts: African pasts that predate European colonialism and the convergent context of African, Native American, and European pasts in the early modern Atlantic world.”

The OI holds between three and six colloquia per semester to discuss projects (usually a postdoctoral book chapter or article) in progress. The paper is pre-circulated and available by request. Although only postdoctoral work is presented, graduate students at all levels are warmly encouraged to attend the sessions and participate in the discussions.

To receive copies of the pre-circulated papers you must register in advance. All colloq participants are expected to have read the paper before the discussion and are asked to refrain from sharing the papers with others. We thank you for your observance of this request.

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