Upcoming Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lectures
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Stephanie Jones-Rogers
Online via Zoom
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
What was the crucial and yet overlooked role that British women played in the Atlantic slave trade? While much focus has been on English men involved in the ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Nazan Maksudyan
Hybrid Event: On-site in ...
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
How did the life and work of Johannes Manissadjian, a successful scientist during the Armenian genocide, contribute to understanding the disappearance and ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Margaret R. Hunt
Hybrid Event: On-site in ...
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
How did an alleged sodomy case in 1648 on an English East India Company ship shape social dynamics and attitudes towards homosexuality? Examining the events ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Eva Seemann
Hybrid Event: On-site in ...
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
How did court dwarfs navigate their unique social status in early modern German courts? Despite being perceived as privileged dependents, they served various ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Sophie White
Hybrid Event: On-site in ...
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
How does a new digital humanities project, born from research on the voices of the enslaved in the French Atlantic world, offer insight? Set to launch in ...
Past Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lectures
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Stephanie Jones-Rogers
Online via Zoom
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
What was the crucial and yet overlooked role that British women played in the Atlantic slave trade? While much focus has been on English men involved in the ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Nazan Maksudyan
Hybrid Event: On-site in ...
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
How did the life and work of Johannes Manissadjian, a successful scientist during the Armenian genocide, contribute to understanding the disappearance and ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Eva Seemann
Hybrid Event: On-site in ...
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
How did court dwarfs navigate their unique social status in early modern German courts? Despite being perceived as privileged dependents, they served various ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Manik Bajracharya
Online via Zoom
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
What were the intricacies of slavery in 18th and 19th-century Nepal? This talk explores slavery's typology, the role of slaves in social order, processes of ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Allison Glazebrook
Online via Zoom
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
Did the ancient Greek sex trade rely on enslaved labor? This Lecture delves into the link between sexual labor and slavery in Greek comedy and oratory, ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Claudia Bernardi
Online Via Zoom
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
How did the term "bracero" evolve from identifying landless peasants in the late nineteenth century to representing Mexican contract workers during World War ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Jane Whittle
Online via Zoom
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
How did Mary Astell question the apparent contradiction between the freedom of all men and the perceived enslavement of all women? This lecture reexamines ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Matthew J. Perry
Online via Zoom
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
How did Roman law perceive the distinction between freedom and enslavement? While initially stark, this division was permeable, allowing individuals to ...
CANCELLED Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Sandro Mezzadra
Online Via Zoom
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
*****************UPDATE: Unfortunately this lecture had to be cancelled.********************************** Can postcolonial capitalism's global ...
Joseph C. Miller Lecture by Kate Cooper
HYBRID event: On site ...
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
How does Augustine's Confessions reveal the often-overlooked lives of women, children, and the enslaved in fourth-century Roman Africa, shedding light on their ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Rachel Sarah O’Toole
Online via Zoom
06:00 PM - 07:30 PM
How did enslaved individuals in the Americas navigate the path to freedom? Focusing on Trujillo, Peru, this lecture contends that legal manumission alone did ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Nadine Riegler
Online via Zoom & On ...
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
How did ancient gender discourse shape the roles and agency of women and men in mobility, and what factors influenced their ability to shape their own mobility ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Christopher Paolella
Online via Zoom
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
What are the historical and socioeconomic factors that have contributed to the emergence and perpetuation of human trafficking and the commercial sex industry, ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Jay Geller
Niebuhrstr. 5
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
In his presentation, Jay Geller will attend to the ascription (and manufacture) of animality that enacted the subordination or marginalization of “the Jew” and ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Fabiane Popinigis
Online via Zoom
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
What was the role of the intersections of race, class/ethnicity and gender in different lawsuits initiated by women who worked in retail stores against ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Mikhail Nakonechnyi
Online via Zoom
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
How important is the little-known return of severely ill ex-inmates from Stalinist penitentiaries (1930-1953) compared to the widely known transfers within the ...
POSTPONED: Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Claudia Bernardi
Online via Zoom
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
The lecture has been postponed to a future date! We apologise for any inconvenience! What was the Bracero Program and how did it impact labor relations in ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Raquel Gil Montero
Online via Zoom
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
How did labor relations evolve in colonial Hispanic America, and what factors contributed to the increased coercion in the seventeenth ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Louise C. de Mello
Online via Zoom
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
How did the violent process of defining national territories and borders in the Amazon during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries contribute to the ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Anna Guiteras Mombiola
ONLINE event: via Zoom
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
How did Bolivian Amazonia's integration into the international economy in the mid-nineteenth century lead to exploitative labor practices? This lecture ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Alice Rio
Online via Zoom
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
What were the connections between the large-scale slave trade spanning Europe and the changing profiles of slavery during the eighth to tenth centuries AD? ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by J. Nicholas Reid
HYBRID event: On site ...
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
In 2008, Joseph C. Miller explored the historical process of slaving, aiming to understand why people repeatedly engaged in this strategy throughout history. ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Manuela Boatcă
Online via Zoom
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
The Roma's enslavement in Romania for over 500 years has often been overlooked in discussions about the legacies of slavery and racial discrimination. The ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Claudia Jarzebowski
Festsaal, University ...
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
What did a life under the circumstances of enslavement and strong asymmetrical dependency do to children? What were the effects and how are they to be traced ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Dr. Enrique Martino
HYBRID event: On site ...
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
What are the challenges of accurately measuring import and export prices in West and Central Africa from the 15th century to the First World War? Our next ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Uroš Matić
HYBRID event: On site ...
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
What was the gender structure of war and violence during the Napatan and Meroitic periods? Our upcoming Lecture focuses on the gender background of war, ...
Joseph C. M. Memorial Lecture by Zhanna Popova
HYBRID event: On site ...
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
What kind of agency did women inmates have in the forced labor camps in the Soviet Union, and how did they experience it? Based on lesser-known memoirs of ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Christian Langer
Online via Zoom
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
Forced migration and compulsory foreign labour in the rise of Egypt as a regional great power and cultural powerhouse? Connecting with research on ...
Joseph C. M. Memorial Lecture by Décio Muianga & Diogo Oliveira
HYBRID event: On site ...
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
New perspectives on the past slave trade activities and its impacts in Mozambique: Understanding this process through archaeological (terrestrial and ...
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Victoria Basualdo
Online via Zoom
04:15 PM - 06:00 PM
Latin American dictatorships in the mid-twentieth century: How connected were they with the economic, social and labor struggle? This lecture will mainly ...

Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture Recordings

Romina Zamora: Slavery and indigenous servitude in the southern Andes, from the Sixteenth to Eighteenth centuries

Dan-el Padilla Peralta: The Epistemics of Mass Enslavement: Some Initial Hypotheses

Manuel Barcia Paz: The Art of Healing. African Medical Practitioners in the Nineteenth-Century Atlantic World

Gabriel Zuchtriegel: G. Zuchtriegel: Subalternity & Populations in Classical Greece: Social Reality & Ideological Legacy


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