Panels, Race & Society

Global Perspectives on Slavery and Freedom on Film

April 13 feature

The Webinar was a concluding panel discussion for our Cinematic Afterlives film series and aimed to discuss the stakes and challenges of portraying slavery and abolition through film from different perspectives and geographic contexts.

Speakers: Alyssa Sepinwall (California State University San Marcos), Dexter Gabriel (University of Connecticut), Parisa Vaziri (Cornell University) , and Firat Oruc (Georgetown University in Qatar)
Moderator: Trish Kahle (Georgetown University in Qatar)

This event is part of Cinematic Afterlives: Film and Memory in the Black Atlantic research project.