Past GLC Conferences

2016

Slavery and Global Public History: New Challenges 

2015

Antislavery Republics: The Politics of Abolition in the Spanish Atlantic

2014

Visualizing Slavery & British Culture in the Eighteenth Century

2013

Indigenous Enslavement and Incarceration in North American History

2012

Abolition, Past and Present: Scholars, Activists, and the Challenge of Contemporary Slavery

2011

Beyond Freedom: New Directions in the Study of Emancipation

2010

American Counterpoint: New Approaches to Slavery and Abolition in Brazil

2009

John Brown, Slavery, and the Legacies of Revolutionary Violence in Our Own Time: A Conference Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Harpers Ferry Raid

2008

Slavery and the Slave Trades in the Indian Ocean and Arab Worlds: Global Connections and Disconnections

2007

The Legacies of Slavery and Emancipation: Jamaica in the Atlantic World

2006

Slavery & Public History: An International Symposium

2005

Repairing the Past: Confronting the Legacies of Slavery, Genocide, & Caste

2004

From Chattel Bondage to State Servitude: Slavery in the 20th Century

2003

Collective Degradation: Slavery and the Construction of Race

2002

Unshackled Spaces: Fugitives from Slavery and Maroon Communities in the Americas

2002

Yale, New Haven, and American Slavery
Keynote Speech, David W. Blight: “If You Don’t Tell it Like it Was, it Can Never Be As it Ought to Be”

2001

Sisterhood and Slavery: Transatlantic Antislavery and Women’s Rights

2000

The Arming of Slaves from the Ancient World to the American Civil War

1999

Domestic Passages: Internal Slave Trades in the Americas, 1808-1888