LSE INTERNATIONAL HISTORY RESEARCH SEMINAR Citizenship and Nationalism in the French Caribbean

Wednesday 14 March 2018

by Grace Carrington, Judith Jacob, Will King, Alex Mayhew, and Eline van Ommen

PROGRAMME

Susannah Savage (SOAS): Strangers in strange lands: Indians and the path to citizenship in the French Caribbean

Ms. Savage is a PhD Candidate at the School of Oriental and African Studies. Prior to beginning her PhD, she was a Nico Colchester Fellow at The Economist.
Grace Carrington (LSE): A Forgotten Massacre: Understanding the Significance of ‘Mai 67’ for Decolonisation in Guadeloupe

Ms. Carrington is a PhD Candidate at the London School of Economics. She is also a graduate teaching assistant on the course From Empire to Independence: The Extra-European World in the Twentieth Century

Chair: Alex Mayhew (LSE)

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