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IWS Speaker Series with Jennifer Palmer: 'She persisted in her revolt': Slavery and Freedom in the French Caribbean

Director of Graduate Studies, Associate Professor
flyer for talk by Jennifer Palmer, featuring old color image of women in the French Carribean
150 miller Learning Center

Institute for Women's Studies Friday Speaker Series Lecture, featuring Dr. Jennifer Palmer, Associate Professor, history.

Dr. Palmer is a historian of Early Modern Europe and the Atlantic, and teaches courses about Europe, the Atlantic world, women and gender, race, and pirates.  She is also the coordinator for the History and Gender Workshop.

Palmer's first book, Intimate Bonds: Family and Slavery in the French Atlantic, follows the stories of people who built families and fortunes on both sides of the French Atlantic.  

Free and open to the public. FYO approved.

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