[AIW] CFP: Race and Slavery in North America's Dutch Communities, New York City, NY/USA, October 24, 2020

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Call for Papers

New Netherland Institute (NNI) 43rd Annual Conference

Race and Slavery in North America's Dutch Communities

African Burial Ground National Monument, New York City, NY/USA

October 24, 2020




The New Netherland Institute (NNI) is now accepting presentation proposals
for our 43rd Annual Conference, which will convene in New York City at the
African Burial Ground National Monument on the 24th of October 2020, with
companion events held elsewhere in the city on Friday the 23rd.


This year the conference's theme will be race and slavery in North America's
Dutch communities. The program committee welcomes both individual and panel
proposals for a broad range of presentations that help us understand not
only the complex histories of race and slavery in the seventeenth-century
Dutch colony of New Netherland but also its legacy and how it has lingered
in the public imagination.


To this end, we invite proposals from academic historians, educators,
archaeologists, historic site specialists, and others. Please submit an
abstract of about 300 words and a one-page CV to
nni at newnetherlandinstitute.org <mailto:nni at newnetherlandinstitute.org>  by
April 15, 2020.


Contact Info: 

Stephen McErleane

Director, New Netherland Institute

CEC Room 10D50

222 Madison Avenue

Albany, NY 12230, USA


Contact Email: steve at newnetherlandinstitute.org
<mailto:steve at newnetherlandinstitute.org>  



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