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Lecture: ‘Towards a multi-voiced perspective on the Dutch slavery past, its impact and healing’

Cultural anthropologist Rose Mary Allen will give the lecture ‘Towards a multi-voiced perspective on the Dutch slavery past, its working through and healing’ on oral history, oppression, mutilation and cultural uprooting on 30 June.

 

 

Visitors are taken back to the colonial and slavery past and its repercussions in the here and now. With oral histories about oppression, mutilation and cultural uprooting, among other things. With a lecture by Rose Mary Allen (University of Curaçao): ‘Towards a multi-voiced perspective on the Dutch slavery past, its working through and healing’. There will also be a musical contribution by Sher and short performances by members of the group Stemmen uit Nijmegen.

 

From 15:00 and 17:00
Council Chamber, City Hall Nijmegen

 

Sign up before 25 June
The number of places for all programme elements is limited, so registration is mandatory. Do so before 25 June via s.veenman@bureauwijland.nl, stating ‘Aanmelding Keti Koti 2023’.

 

More information about the day’s programme can be found here.