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Slavery is Canada's best‑kept secret
SOSA professor Dr. Afua Cooper features prominently in this powerful and timely radio documentary on CBC Radio's Ideas about the "secret" of Canada's history of slavery, along with Black scholars from several other universities. "Hiding two centuries of slavery requires some effort, and it is a collective silence that historian Afua Cooper calls the 'erasure of blackness.'" This is part 1 of a two-part series; the second part will be aired on July 5.
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- MA Student Stephanie Peel CASCA Student Poster Competition at the CASCA‑AAA Conference
- Dr. Laura Eramian has been awarded an honourable mention for the Canadian Anthropology Society's (CASCA) Labrecque‑Lee Book Prize
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- Emily Fraser, who just graduated from our MA program in Social Anthropology, has been featured in a 'grad profile' by Dal News.
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- PhD student in Social Anthropology Daniel Salas has won the prestigious Roseberry‑Nash Award
- Dr. Afua Cooper Chairs the Scholarly Panel to Examine Lord Dalhousie’s History on Slavery and Race