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The Sea is History

The Sea is History: Moun Kanntè, Yoleros, Balseros, Boteros
A Symposium on Human Dispersion in the Caribbean

Thursday, April 16, 2009
2:00 – 5:30 PM
John Hope Franklin Center for International Interdisciplinary Studies, Room 240

"Exile and Remembrance: Haitian Artist Edouard Duval-Carrié and Prof. Laurent Dubois (Duke) In Conversation"

"(Dis)Placements, Entanglements, Mo(ve)ments: Issues of Citizenship & Citizenness"
Michaeline Crichlow, Professor of African & African American Studies

"Under the Jurisdiction of La Sirène: The Underwater World in Turner, Dessalines, & Haitian Painting"
Deborah Jenson, Professor of Romance Studies

"Sea Exodus and Alternative Political Imaginaries: 1960-2008"
Holly Ackerman, Librarian for Latin American and Iberian Studies

Exhibition opening at 5:30 following the program (see below).

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The Sea is History - Moun Kantè, Yoleros, Balseros, Boteros
An Exhibition on Human Dispersion in the Caribbean Sea

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 16, 5:30 PM
John Hope Franklin Center for International & Interdisciplinary Studies, First Floor Gallery

Curated by Holly Ackerman, Librarian for Latin American and Iberian Studies and 2008-09 Library Fellow, Franklin Humanities Institute Annual Seminar, Alternative Political Imaginaries

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Posted 14 April 2009
 

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