The Caribbean Working Group’s meeting!

The event will be held at Van Dyck Hall (16 Seminary Pl, New Brunswick, NJ 0890) on February 22nd in room VD308 at 5 pmThere will be lots of yummy food, so please get excited! Social distancing will, of course, be enforced to assure everyone’s safety.

For those who cannot make it in person, we will also be hosting on zoom. (EThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

For our first meeting, we will be discussing Anne Eller’s article “Skirts Rolled Up: The Gendered Terrain of Politics in Nineteenth-Century Port-au-Prince” and the second chapter of Hermia Eddris Morton Anthony’s thesis titled “Literature Review: Conventional Sources and Interpretations.” The second text is an incredible overview of historiography about women and resistance in the British Caribbean.

In addition to dedicating time to discuss both texts (and eat delicious food), we will also dedicate some time to discuss ideas and listen to suggestions. We want this space to be as helpful as possible, so we want to hear about the texts you wish to discuss, the speakers you would like us to invite, and how you would like us to organize our meetings. We already have some ideas, but we want to know what you think!

https://clas.rutgers.edu/projects-programs/projects-collaborations/project-collaboration-details/661-caribbean-working-group-race-gender-migrations-and-class-formations