Presentations

September 2016 : Science and Islands in the Indo-Pacific, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

  • “Send me ten male mongooses…the younger the better”: Disease control and sanitary connections between Britain’s Indo-Pacific indenture islands, 1871-1916

September 2016 : Islands and Empire, University of Winchester, United Kingdom

  • “When a man goes to the French colonies he is entirely lost”: Indenture, welfare and Anglo-French rivalry in the Indo-Pacific world, 1871-1916

September 2016 : Indentured Lives, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

  • “A hive of human beings and of human needs and human ills”: Exploring the lived spaces of indentured labourers in Mauritius, 1871-1916

September 2016 : Royal Geographical Society with IBG Annual Conference, London, United Kingdom

  • Subaltern Careering: Nineteenth and early twentieth century re-migration across the sugar colonies of the Indentured Archipelago

June 2016 : After Slavery? University of Leeds, United Kingdom

  • “Merely adventurers”: Re-migration beyond the indentured archipelago, and the curious case of the “Maua Coolies”

June 2016 : Insularities Connected: Bridging Seascapes from the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean and beyond, Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Rethymno, Crete, Greece

  • Connected Islands: The Indentured Archipelago

April 2016 : British Association for South Asian Studies (BASAS) Annual Conference, Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

  • Subaltern careering: Nineteenth and early twentieth century re-migration across the sugar colonies of the Indentured Archipelago

March 2016 : Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA., United States

  • Subaltern careering: Re-imagining the transnational agency of Indian indentured labourers across the sugar islands of empire
  • Co-organiser and chair of double session Beyond Internationalism: More-than-national thinking at the twilight of Empire, 1850-1950

March 2016 : Global Friday Speakers Series, University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, BC., Canada

  • To the sugar islands and beyond: Innovation and re-migration of Indian indentured labourers

February 2016 : Conceptualising Islands in History, University of Leicester, United Kingdom (Co-organiser of workshop, funded by the Historical Geography Research Group, Royal Historical Society and the College for Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities at the University of Leicester)

  • The Indentured Archipelago: Experiences of indentured labour in Mauritius and Fiji, 1871-1916

February 2016 : PubhD, Vat and Fiddle, Nottingham, United Kingdom

  • The Indentured Archipelago – presenting my research to a general public audience and Q&A session

February 2016 : Cultural and Historical Geography Research Cluster Seminar Series, School of Geography, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

  • Experiences of indentured labour and transnational identity, 1871-1916: Subaltern careering within and beyond the Indentured Archipelago

October 2015 : ‘Back to the Future?’ Interrogating the Contemporary Use of Imperial Terms in the Academy, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London, London, United Kingdom

  • ‘Coolie’ Lines and ‘Native’ Villages: The Geography of indenture in Fiji

January 2015 : The Economies of End of Empire, Centre for Economic and Business History, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

  • Geographies of the sweet tooth: Mauritius and the business of indenture 1834-1917

November 2014 : Towards the Establishment of the International Indenture Labour Route, Moka, Mauritius

  • The Geography of Indenture
  • Sweet Madeira: An Introduction to the Madeirans in British Guiana

June 2014 : History and Space Conference, Birkbeck University of London, United Kingdom

  • The Indentured Archipelago: Fashioning an Indo-Pacific Arena

April 2014 : Royal Geographical Society Mid-Term Conference, Loughborough University, United Kingdom

  • The Indentured Archipelago
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One thought on “Presentations

  1. Resh

    This is wonderful – well done. A delight to read and you’re spot on about archival doodles. Speak to you soon, M

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