Colonialism in the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries left legacies of violence, displacement, and economic underdevelopment with which European states and countries formerly under European control continue to reckon. How are damages calculated? Will restitution and recompense lead to reconciliation and social justice? Join us for a discussion of the transnational politics and history of reparations.
- Joshua Kwesi Aikins
Human Rights Activist
University of Kassel
- Wes Alcenat
Department of History
- Verene A. Shepherd
Professor of Social History
Director of the Centre for Reparation Research
University of the West Indies in Mona.
- Claire Greenstein
Department of Political Science and Public Administration
University of Alabama-Birmingham
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