Black Jacobins Conference: Plenary Session Three

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In this panel session at the Black Jacobins Revisited: Rewriting History Conference in Liverpool, arranged to mark the 75th anniversary of the publication of CLR James pioneering , anti-colonnial work, the following eminent speakers and scholars on Haiti present their papers on Black Jacobins. Nick Nesbitt (Princeton University) presents: Fragments of a Universal History: Masses, Subjects and Ideas in Black Jacobins and Matthew J. Smith (University of the West Indies) presents: ‘The Spirit of the Thing’: The Black Jacobins and Caribbean Discourse on Haiti.

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Crystal said:

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