Bastos, Cristiana “Epidemias a bordo: do tráfico escravista aos barcos emigrantes”, conferência virtual promovida pela secção de Antropologia da Sociedade de Geografia de Lisboa, 21 de Janeiro de 2021



 

Bastos, Cristiana. “Tráficos Pacíficos, ou, para além da escravização: rapto, subjugação, contratos e dinâmicas de racialização nas plantações do Hawaii e Fiji”, Keynote, ANPOCS, 8 de Dezembro 2020

 

 



32a Reunião Brasileira de Antropologia (30 October-6November 2020)

COLOUR associate researcher Seth Holmes (University of California – Berkeley) “Imigração, saúde e a invisibilização da desigualdade Seth Holmes” – Lecture organized by PI Cristiana Bastos and visiting researcher Marcelo Moura Mello

 



Symposium “Plantations and their afterlives. Materialities, Durabilities, Struggles”, Convenors: Marta Macedo, Irene Peano, Colette Le Petitcorps, ICS-ULisboa, 16-18, 24 & 25 September 2020

Deborah Thomas “Epochal shifts: The death of the west and the future of us all”, Keynote, 17 September 2020

 



Le Petitcorps, Colette. “Trabalhadoras domésticas, plantação e mercado global”, invited lecture, Sociedade Portuguesa de Antropologia e Etnologia (SPAE) Museu Nacional de Soares dos Reis, Porto, 6 June 2019

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Advanced Summer School “Against and Along Archival Grains” with Ann Laura Stoler

Public Lecture “IN CARCERAL MOTION: DISPOSABILITIES OF LIFE AND LABOR”, 28th June 2018

 



Advanced Summer School “Against and Along Archival Grains” with Ann Laura Stoler
Public Lecture “ON ARCHIVAL LABOR: RECRAFTING COLONIAL HISTORIES”, 27th June 2018



Advanced Summer School “Against and Along Archival Grains” with Ann Laura Stoler
Public Lecture “ON THE POLITICS OF FORGETTING: AN ECOLOGY OF DISREGARD” 26th June 2018

 



Camões Radio & TV – Toronto | 19 October 2018

Interview with Cristiana Bastos and researcher João Sardinha

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Distinguished Lectures Series | 13 April 2018

Bela Feldman (Unicamp) 
A diáspora portuguesa de New England: black portugee, escravos brancos, santas e madalenas

 



Distinguished Lectures Series | 7 March 2018

Richard Drayton (Kings College London)
The co-evolution of race and class: the economic origins of global regimes of status and honour C.1500-1900

 



New Bedford-based radio WJFD interview with Miguel Moniz about the conference “Migration and Mill Work: Portuguese Communities in Industrial New England” held in Lowell, New Bedford and Fall River from December 3 to 6, 2017

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