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Graduate Writing Workshop Series

The workshop is a grad-student-led space for junior scholars whose work spans various geographies related to Africa and its diaspora. This forum primarily comprises doctoral students in the History Department at NYU but is also open to students outside the department and the History field. Generally, students present projects related to their Ph.D. research, including […]

When Haiti Was Our Cradle of Hope

NYU Silver Center 31 Washington Pl, New York, NY 10003, New York, NY

Event Recording here Wednesday, October 25th, 2023 Time: 5:00pm-6:30pm Location: Silver Center of Arts & Science, Hemmerdinger Hall Fear of a Black Republic chronicles how Haiti’s triumphant ascendance created a beacon of hope for free and enslaved Black people throughout the African diaspora, especially those fighting for freedom in the United States. Cognizant of Haiti’s […]

Kenya’s Intervention in Haiti: An interrogation of Impetus, Objectives, and Consequences

Entèvansyon Kenya ann Ayiti: Yon entèwogasyon sou Motivasyon, Objektif, ak Konsekans Tuesday, November 21st, 2023 12:00PM (NYC/Port-au-Prince) 9:00AM (LA/Vancouver) 8:00PM (Nairobi) Register here In September 2023, the United Nations Security Council voted for the deployment of multinational military forces to combat gang violence in Haiti. The United States pledged U$200 million and Kenya more than […]

Recurring

Graduate Writing Workshop Series

The workshop is a grad-student-led space for junior scholars whose work spans various geographies related to Africa and its diaspora. This forum primarily comprises doctoral students in the History Department at NYU but is also open to students outside the department and the History field. Generally, students present projects related to their Ph.D. research, including […]

Recurring

Graduate Writing Workshop Series

The workshop is a grad-student-led space for junior scholars whose work spans various geographies related to Africa and its diaspora. This forum primarily comprises doctoral students in the History Department at NYU but is also open to students outside the department and the History field. Generally, students present projects related to their Ph.D. research, including […]

The Shadow Crisis and the Matter of Defense Funds in Scottsboro

20 Cooper Square 20 Cooper Square

Wednesday, January 31st, 2024 5:30pm - 7:00pm 20 Cooper Square, Room 101 Register here for in-person  Attend via Zoom here The central crisis in the Scottsboro case of the 1930s was to keep these boys alive by freeing them from prison. Yet, the well-being of the boys and their families proved to be the crisis […]

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