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Date

30th November 2020

Time

5.00pm

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Dr Dexnell Peters: Race and Politics in the Greater Caribbean during the Revolutionary Era

Dr Dexnell Peters, Bennett Boskey Fellow in Atlantic History will give a talk for Alumni, Fellows and Friends of Exeter College.

Race and Politics in the Greater Caribbean during the Revolutionary Era

Monday 30th November

5.00pm GMT

Dr Peters was involved in Exeter’s inaugural Race Equality Seminar, which took place during Black History Month for current students, and has kindly offered to give his talk to the wider College community.

He is broadly interested in the history of the Greater Caribbean and the Atlantic World. His current research project makes a case for the rise of a Greater Southern Caribbean region (inclusive of Venezuela and the Guianas) in the late eighteenth century, showing evidence for a very polyglot, cross-imperial and interconnected world.

The talk will take place on Microsoft TeamsĀ  and recorded for those who can’t join on the day. To ‘attend’ the event, please click on the link below shortly before 5pm on Monday 30th November:

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