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Indigenous Peoples Of The Caribbean (Podcast)

March 31, 2015 0

In this episode of the History Watch podcast series, Dr. Maximilian Forte of Concordia University is in conversation with Dr. Audra A. Diptee.   They discuss memory, identity, and the politics of history as it relates […]

Crime in the Caribbean (Podcast)

December 31, 2014 1

In this episode of the History Watch podcast series Dr. Audra A. Diptee  is in conversation with Dr. David V. Trotman of York University.  They discuss the ways in which colonial legacies influence contemporary issues […]

Atlantic Childhoods: Global Context

December 12, 2014 0

  The special issue ” Atlantic Childhoods: Global Contexts” has been published with the journal Atlantic Studies, Global Currents (Vol. 11, No. 4).  The issue was edited by Audra A. Diptee and David V. Trotman.  […]

Koonar’s Research on Child Labour

November 18, 2014 0

Catherine Koonar has now published two articles that were based on her Masters research.  Both articles explore conceptions of childhood and the use of child labour in the Ghanian colonial context. Her work has been […]

History & Gaming (Podcast)

October 31, 2014 0

In this episode of the History Watch podcast series Arpita Bajpeyi is in conversation with Professors Shawn Graham and Danielle Kinsey of Carleton University.  They discuss the ways in which history is represented in video […]

Going to See the Black Christ in Panama (Blog)

October 4, 2014 0

Along Panama’s Caribbean coast lies Portobelo, a small port city once the hub of Spanish commercial exports out of South America. Within this once heavily fortified colonial city is Iglesia San Felipe, a historic church […]

Bermuda: Race Politics and Immigration

September 5, 2014 0

In her posting “Race Politics and the Debate Over Immigration in Bermuda,” Angela Wright explores the ways in different historical narratives inform the competing discourses around race and immigration in Bermuda in her recent posting […]

LGBT Rights in Uganda

September 4, 2014 0

Bonnie Bates has just published an article entitled “LGBT Genocide in Contemporary Uganda” on the Politics of Memory blog.  She discusses the impact of Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Act.  See

The Politics of Memory now Launched!

June 29, 2014 0

The History Watch Project has now launched its blog, The Politics of Memory.   The blog explores topics related to historical memory and critical applied history as it relates to the Global South.  For our […]

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