Friday, November 17 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM Congressional C (Lobby Level)

Session 72
Black Self-Determination: Histories of Practice and Vision

Chair: Yannick Coenders, Washington University in St. Louis

1. Marketwomen and the Antinomies of Empire: Slavery and Racial Capitalism in Jamaica.Shauna Sweeney, University of Toronto.

2. Coloniality of Citizenship and the Haitian Revolution.Ricarda Hammer, UC Berkeley.

3. Organizing on the Colorline: Debates over Racial and Non-Racial Framing in Black American Social Movements at the Turn of the 20th Century.Luna Vincent, Northwestern University.

4. More than Laborers: West Indian Self-Determination in the Aftermath of the Panama Canal, 1914-1930.Khemani Gibson, Brooklyn College.

5. White Sovereignty and Socialist Self-Determination: The anti-Colonialism of Black Marxists in Jamaica, 1938-1952.Christopher Montague, Northwestern University.

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