Legal History and Empires: Perspectives from the Colonized – Barbados, 2018
This Blog is delighted to give advance notice and publish the a preliminary announcement of the conference – “Legal History and Empires: Perspectives from the Colonized”. Jointly sponsored by the Faculty of Law and Faculty of Humanities at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados and an international group of legal historians and historians of the law, it will take place on July 11-13, 2018
at the Cave Hill, Barbados Campus, University of the West Indies.
This is a conference for anyone with an active interest in research in the areas of the legal history of empires and colonies.
Further news will also be found here when available, as well as the call for papers
If you wish to register interest or have any queries, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
See also: http://www.cavehill.uwi.edu
Barbados has a rich and complex history; it also retains many fine historical buildings, and Historic Bridgetown and its Garrison are a Unesco World Heritage Centre. The island also retains the house where George Washington lived in 1751 on his only visit outside the mainland North American Colonies.