Eine Wissenschaftlerin und ein Wissenschaftler arbeiten hinter einer Glasfassade und mischen Chemikalien mit Großgeräten.


The BCDSS flagship lecture series is recorded weekly and made available online through the BCDSS YouTube channel. The lectures cover a wide range of topics and are delivered by scholars from around the world. The recordings offer a vast and varied collection of inter- and transdisciplinary reference points for communicating the concept of strong asymmetrical dependency to a wider academic audience.


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

Upcoming Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lectures
Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture by Stephanie Jones-Rogers
Online via Zoom
06:15 PM - 07:45 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 Pernilla Myrne
Hybrid Event: On-site in ...
04:15 PM - 05:45 PM
How did Islamic law change the status of slave mothers and their children? While granting certain protections, such as freedom upon the owner's death and ...
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