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Symposium over religie en slavernij

Het Nationaal instituut Nederlands slavernijverleden en erfenis (NiNsee) organiseert het jaarlijkse internationale symposium Trajectories of Emancipation met dit jaar het thema, Religion and Slavery.

Datum: 29 en 30 juni 2011
Locatie: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Hoofdgebouw
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Tuesday 28 June 2011
17.00- 19.00 Arrival of participants, registration, and reception at NiNsee. Welcome Address- Artwell Cain, NiNsee
Wednesday 29 June 2011: Day 1
Location: Vrije Universiteit, hoofdgebouw room 14 A-05
10.00-10.30 Coffee/Tea
10.30-10.45 Opening Remarks- Susan Legêne
10.45-12.30 Morning Session
Keynote Speaker- Lewis Gordon
“Afro-Jewish Reflections from Passover: Religion, Enslavement, and Memorializing the Reparation of the World”
Theme: Church and State
Speakers: Susan Legêne, Kwame Nimako
12.30-14.00 Lunch
14.00-16.30 Afternoon Session
Theme: Inclusion of Multiple Perspectives
Speakers Hilary Beckles, Tiffany Ruby Patterson, Stephen Small
Wednesday 30 June 2010
Location: Vrije Universiteit, hoofdgebouw room 16 A-00 (Kerkzaal)
10.00-10.30 Coffee/Tea
10.30-12.30 Morning Session
Keynote Speaker – Ramon Grosfoguel
“Reflections on Bartolomé Las Casas’s famous debate with Gines de Sepúlveda on the status and suitability of indigenous peoples for slavery ”
Theme: Christianity and Slavery
Speakers Humphrey Lamur & Ruth Dors, Dienke Hondius
12.30-14.00 Lunch
14.00-16.30 Afternoon Session
Debate: Social and Moral responsibility within organized religions to address the legacy of slavery
Chair Kwame Nimako
Speakers: Stephen Small, Dienke Hondius, Lewis Gordon

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