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Theodora Light

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Graduate Student
Education:

B.A. History and Spanish, University of South Carolina Beaufort, 2020

M.A. History, University of Georgia, 2022. Thesis: “Forging Refuge between Shatter Zones: The Tocobaga Maroons of the Wacissa”

Of note:

Fulbright Research Grant, Archivo General de Indias - Spring 2021

Events featuring Theodora Light
201 Conference Room

Theodora Hamilton Huszagh Light will defend her M.A. thesis, "Forging Refuge between Shatter Zones: The Tocobaga Maroons of the Wacissa," in conference with her graduate advisory committee. The Major Professor is Dr. James F. Brooks.

The university community is invited. If you wish to attend please contact the graduate…

A virtual event by CGCAS

This presentation analyses instances of Indian maronnage across La Florida and the circum-Caribbean during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. As Indian slavery spread across the Spanish and English territories, distinct communities of displaced peoples appear across the historical record. Using the frameworks of maronnage, this presentation…

Major Professor

Carl and Sally Gable Distinguished Professor of History

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