Black Geographies, Racial Capitalism and the Caribbean

When and Where

Friday, November 18, 2022 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Rm 1087
Sidney Smith Hall
100 St. George Street


Professor Rachel Goffe
Professor Beverley Mullings
Professor Melanie Newton


A panel discussion, featuring Professors Rachel Goffe, Beverley Mullings & Melanie Newton.

The Caribbean region is often thought of as a conglomerate of discrete, small territories no longer of global significance, eclipsing its pivotal role in the constitution of the historical present of the Atlantic world. Beyond this, thinking from the archipelago requires an attention to complexity and contradiction of ongoing processes that produce and transcend boundaries of place and identity. This conversation will span time, space, and method, and discipline to engage questions that are grounded in and yet exceed the region.Black Geographies, Racial Capitalism and the Caribbean Flyer

Please also join us for a reception on the heated patio of the Victory Café after the panel!

This is an in-person event. While the university does not have a mask mandate in place - you are encouraged to make use of masks when indoors as a matter of prevention and collective care.


Intersections Speaker Series


100 St. George Street