The Legacies of British Slavery and Labour History

Labour History – Looking Ahead After 60 Years

Our next seminar in the series will be from historians working on the project of writing slavery into Australian  history.

DATE: 16 May 2022    TIME: 5–6.15pm (AEST) – ONLINE

Speaking on the topic of “The Legacies of British Slavery and Labour History” will be Dr Jeremy Martens and Professor Jane Lydon, both from the University of Western Australia. 

Jeremy is the author of Empire and Asian Migration: Sovereignty, Immigration Restriction and Protest in the British Settler Colonies, 1888–1907 (UWAP 2018).

Jane’s most recent book is No Slavery in a Free Land? Anti-Slavery and Australia, 17801900 (Routledge 2021).

We look forward to having you join us. Please pass on to your networks.

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May 16 2022


5:00 pm - 6:15 pm

Zoom Meeting

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