International workshop IISH on Slave Trade in Asia

10 November 2016  -  11 November 2016
International Institute of Social History (IISH), Cruquiusweg 31, 1019 AT, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Workshop Slave Trade in the Indian Ocean and Indonesian Archipelago Worlds (16th to 19th Century) New Research, Results and Comparisons. Organisers are Matthias van Rossum (International Institute of Social History) and Titas Chakraborty (University of Pittsburgh / Oberlin College).

This workshop brings together a group of experts on the history of slave trade in Asia, amongst others Richard Allen (Framingham State University), Hans Hägerdal (Linnaeus University), Ulbe Bosma (IISH/VU University) and Nigel Worden (Cape Town University). It aims specifically at scholars currently doing source-based historical research on the slave trade in Asia.

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Work and labour relations deeply influence how we live. The International Institute of Social History (IISH) examines how these relations develop globally over time. To conduct this historical research and support other researchers, we collect archives and data from all over the world. Established in 1935, the IISH is one of the world's leading research institutes on social history.
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