Feminist Research Speaker Series: Routes and Roots: The “New Genetics” of Slavery

02 November 2020

Feminist Research Speaker Series 2nd event

This 2nd Feminist Research Speaker Series event of 2020 explores the interdisciplinary work of science and humanities researchers in the EUROTAST Marie Curie Training network. The focus is on key research questions and methodological approaches to interpreting new evidence on the history and contemporary legacies of the transatlantic slave trade.

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Dr. Temi Odumosu is Senior Lecturer in Cultural Studies at Malmö University in Sweden and the author of the award-winning Africans in English Caricature 1769-1819: Black Jokes White Humour (2017). Her research and curatorial practices concern colonial archives/archiving, slavery and visuality, race and visual coding in popular culture, postmemorial art and performance, image ethics and the politics of digitisation.

To read more about Dr. Odumosu’s work, please visit: www.temiodumosu.com.

2020/21 Feminist Research Speaker Series (FRSS)

This event is brought to you by the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies and the Intersections of Gender, University of Alberta. Listen to our other 2020/21 FRSS events:

  1. Drag Queen Miss Chief Eagle Testickle Indigenizes and Queers the Archive and the Repertoire with Dr. Jean O’Hara
  2. Routes and Roots: The “New Genetics” of Slavery" with Dr. Temi Odumosu
  3. Teaching Ethically Queer, Trans, and 2S Topics with Alexandra Marshall, Xavia A. Publius, and Dr. Lana Whiskeyjack