War has been an important engine of economic, social, and cultural change in the Caribbean since the first arrival of Europeans. Violence has shaped, and re-shaped, imperial boundaries to change the rules of the region’s economic game and its notions of citizenship, gender, and race.
This conference will consider the causes and consequences of general, and internal, wars in the region during the colonial period and how they highlight the changing nature of its economic and strategic importance in the world order.
The conference will include the following speakers:
Programme details and the registration form are available:
Please contact Georgina Rannard for more information about the conference.
This article was published on Mar 29, 2012