Posts Tagged "training"

Sept 2013: Network midterm in Copenhagen with career training and symposium on transatlantic slavery in Scandinavia

Sept 2013: Network midterm in Copenhagen with career training and symposium on transatlantic slavery in Scandinavia

EUROTAST convened in Copenhagen for its midterm meeting and fourth network training initiative, which was comprised of a four-day career development workshop and symposium on the history and legacies of the transatlantic slave trade in Scandinavia. 1. Career Development workshop The skills training was organised by the EUROTAST coordinating team at the Centre for GeoGenetics, Natural…

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Feb 2013: PhD fellows excavate slavery site on St. Eustatius

Feb 2013: PhD fellows excavate slavery site on St. Eustatius

1st – 7th February / St. Eustatius, Dutch Caribbean Over the last couple of weeks, the EUROTAST network has been exploring the archaeology of slavery in the Dutch Caribbean. From the 1-7 February 2013, all PhD fellows received hands-on fieldwork training by participating in an ongoing excavation of an enslaved African village site associated with…

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June 2012: Professor James Walvin inaugural EUROTAST lecture @ York University

June 2012: Professor James Walvin inaugural EUROTAST lecture @ York University

Emeritus Professor James Walvin, a leading scholar on the transatlantic slave trade, delivered a special public lecture for the EUROTAST launch at the Institute for Public Understanding of the past (IPUP), entitled Then and Now: Viewing the Transatlantic Slave Trade Over Forty Years. Professor Walvin spoke to a full auditorium, including EUROTAST fellows, York University and cultural…

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