Migrations and Circulations

2018-2019
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Doel vak

This is a research seminar with the objectives to (1) introduce students
to selected topics and methods of current historical and anthropological
research on the circulation of people, goods, and ideas and (2) help
them progress towards formulating their thesis questions, finding
appropriate methods and strengthening research and presentation skills.

Inhoud vak

The course will be divided into two parts. In the first part, students
will read literature that analyses slavery and other forms of unfree
labour migration during various historical periods. We will cover
precolonial slave migrations, the trans-Atlantic slave trade, coercive
labour migration in the late colonial period, and "modern slavery" and
discuss concepts that allow their comparison. In the
second part, students will be offered a choice of research assignments
leading to a paper on a specific subject, based on original archival
and/or field research combined with a review of relevant scholarship.

Onderwijsvorm

Seminar and supervised research.

Toetsvorm

Contributions to seminar (25%); research paper (75%).

Vereiste voorkennis

Bachelors in history, anthropology or a related field.

Literatuur

To be announced.

Doelgroep

Master's students in history, anthropology, political science,
sociology, and cultural studies.

Overige informatie

This course is part of the MA History track 'Migration and Mobility'.
This year's theme is slavery and slave trade.

Algemene informatie

Vakcode L_GAMAGES021
Studiepunten 6 EC
Periode P2+3
Vakniveau 400
Onderwijstaal Engels
Faculteit Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
Vakcoördinator prof. dr. P.D. Nyiri
Examinator prof. dr. P.D. Nyiri
Docenten prof. dr. P.D. Nyiri
prof. dr. U.T. Bosma

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