Transatlantic Labour

Guest Lecture by Annika Bärwald (University of Bremen): Transkontinentale Arbeitsräume: Freiheit, Unfreiheit und nicht-weisse Mobilität zwischen Hamburg und der Karibik, ca. 1750–1840

Master- & Doktoratskolloquium, University of Zurich, 7 November 2019.

Annika Bärwald is a member of the ERC Project German Slavery, a research group which plays a key-role in uncovering past entanglements between Atlantic markets and the German lands.

«Des marchandises globales qui ont transformé une société alpine? Pratiques et stratégies de consommer et commercer des biens extra-européens dans les vallées italophones de la République des Trois Ligues, 1650-1790.»

Lecture by Riccardo E. Rossi, held in the graduate seminar «La “globalisation” du monde, XVIe-XVIIIe siècles: explorations, savoirs, objets et commerces», organized by Prof Simona Boscani Leoni at the Université de Lausanne.

Université de Lausanne, 31.10.2019, 14.15-16.00 Uhr, Anthropole, Room 4078.

Image: John Robert Cozens (1779), Near Chiavenna in the Grisons.

A musical history of Cape Verde

The history of Cape Verde cannot be imagined without the music of this West African archipelago. Over the centuries, the former Portuguese colony served as a hub of the transatlantic slave trade, faced famines and fought for independence and democracy. The music processed and influenced this eventful history.

A radio broadcast by Igor Basic on the Swiss national radio station SRF 2 – “Passage”, 25 October 2019, 8 p.m.

With Martin Ringsmut (University of Cologne) and Roberto Zaugg (University of Zurich).

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