Dr. Anuradha Gobin, Associate Professor, Department of Art & Art History, University of Calgary will close out our fascinating public lecture series Representations of Colonization and De-Colonization.

Dr. Gobin will present on Zoom – please pre-register here.

This series, drawing from art, museology, literature, science and philosophy, has featured lectures by leading international authorities exploring the exploitation, erasure, and systemic marginalization of Indigenous and Black peoples and their culture in Canada and abroad.

Over the last number of weeks this series has explored topics such as: indigenous-settler relations, slavery in the north, decolonializing museums, indigenous knowledge in anti-colonial contexts, and intersections between slavery and colonial violence against the Mi’kmaq and African Nova Scotians in the Atlantic provinces.

Join us online Tuesday, April 11th at 7 p.m. ADT to hear Dr. Anuradha Gobin speak on “Silenced Spaces: Tactile & Aural Legacies of the Dutch Atlantic.”