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    Welcome to the Harvard Graduate Student Conference “Reconsidering Caribbean Diaspora” Wiki
    This page is intended to provide a central space for conference participants and attendees to access logistical information, get conference updates, and to share work.
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    and access panelistspanelists' papers under
    We are greatly looking forward to meeting everyone on Friday, September 28th!
    Ben, Kyrah, Sandy, and Jason
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  2. page home edited ... Welcome to the Harvard Graduate Student Conference “Reconsidering Caribbean Diaspora” Wiki Th…
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    Welcome to the Harvard Graduate Student Conference “Reconsidering Caribbean Diaspora” Wiki
    This page is intended to provide a central space for conference participants and attendees to access logistical information, get conference updates, and to share work.
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    Organizers,” etc. , and access panelists papers under the section "Panel Participants."
    We are greatly looking forward to meeting everyone on Friday, September 28th!
    Ben, Kyrah, Sandy, and Jason
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    11:41 am

Monday, October 1

  1. page home edited ... Conference theme: 2012 marks the anniversaries for several watershed moments in the histories …
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    Conference theme: 2012 marks the anniversaries for several watershed moments in the histories of the Caribbean, particularly for people of African ancestry. August is the 50th anniversary of liberation from British rule in Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago. Additionally, this year Cubans will celebrate the Bicentennial of the Aponte slave and free black rebellion, inspired by Haitian independence and led by Jose Antonio Aponte in 1812. Finally, the Centennial of the Massacre of 1912 in Cuba will also take place this year, an event which devastated the Partido Independiente de Color and resulted in the mass execution of several thousand Black Cubans in Oriente province. These events serve as an entry point for examining evolving bonds between historic and contemporary diasporas, postcolonial states, and globalization.
    {Reconsidering Caribbean Diaspora Conference Poster.pdf}
    {Reconsidering Caribbean Diaspora Program.pdf}
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