This two-day workshop by the World Histories Research Group at the University of Manchester explores how slavery, colonialism and warfare have been remembered across the world, and how such collective memories have been shaped by trans-national events and processes.
- how African slavery has been remembered across the former British and French empires
- the traumas of decolonization in South Asia, North Africa, and Hong Kong
- the global wounds caused by warfare and terrorism from the First and Second World Wars to present conflicts in Latin America, and to debates over the European and colonial genocide.
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