Esteban Alfaro Salas (Yale), “Cultivating Freedom and Autonomy alongside Portuguese Colonialism in Benguela in the Nineteenth Century” (Agrarian Studies Colloquium)

Event time: 
Friday, April 15, 2022 - 11:00am to 1:00pm
Online via Zoom See map
Event description: 

Esteban Salas received his PhD in African history from the University of Notre Dame in 2021. He holds a bachelor degree in history from the Universidad de Costa Rica. Esteban’s research centers on the impact of the Atlantic slave trade on societies in West Central Africa. His current work focuses on themes of slavery, labor, racial thinking, and early colonialism in Angola. 

Please contact to receive the meeting information and the password to download the paper from the Agrarian Studies website.

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