Research Presentation Thursday: “Black, White, Brown, and In Between: Early Honduran and West Indian Immigration to New Orleans and the Racialization of a People, 1924 to 1941.”

Thursday, March 14th at 3:30p.m.
History Conference Room
Room 255 Old Horticulture

On Thursday, March 14th, Glenn A. Chambers from Texas A&M will be presenting his research titled “Black, White, Brown, and In Between: Early Honduran and West Indian Immigration to New Orleans and the Racialization of a People, 1924 to 1941.”

Dr. Chambers is an Assistant Professor of History with teaching and research interests in the African Diaspora, particularly in Latin America, the Caribbean, and the United States South. His current research project focuses on the migration of British West Indian banana workers to Honduras during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries and its impact on the formation of Honduran national identity.

We hope to see you there!

Research Presentation Flyer

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