Selected Speaking Engagements
April 28, 2022
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC, USA
Keynote Lecture: "He is remarkable for…wearing a Handkerchief tied round his Head”: Resistance as Escape and Cultural Retention in Art and the Fugitive Slave Archive
Symposium: Fictions of Emancipation: Carpeaux Recast
Thursday, April 28th, 2022: 10:15am-5:00pm EST
March 10, 2022
2022 Annual Vickers-Verduyn Lecture in Canada Studies, Carleton University
Lecture: "she commonly wears a Handkerchief round her Head’: Expanding and Complicating the Concept of Creolization for the study of Transatlantic Slavery
Thursday, March 10, 2022: 3:00pm - 5:00pm
March 2, 2022
Oxford University, UK
Neoclassicism, Race, and Empire - Charmaine A. Nelson
Wednesday, March 2nd, 2022: 4:00pm to 5:30pm GMT / 12:00pm to 1:30pm AST
February 15, 2022
Institute for the Study of Canadian Slavery, NSCAD University, Halifax
Black History Month Fellows Panel
Tuesday, February 15 from 12-1:30 pm AST/ 11am to 12:30pm EST
Webinar link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83719171560
The Institute for the Study of Canadian Slavery is proud to present a panel discussion featuring Tonya "Sam'Gwan" Paris, Jason Cyrus, and Bruno R. Verás. Each panelist will discuss their research / creation from their fellowship at the Institute during Fall 2021. Topics covered include Black fashion history in Canada, nineteenth-century Canadian Press coverage of slave rebellions in Brazil and intertwined histories of Black and Indigenous resistance. The panel will be moderated by Institute Director, Dr. Charmaine A. Nelson.
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February 4, 2022
Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax
Black and Indigenous Speaker Series
Lecture: He ‘is supposed to have with him forged Certificates of his Freedom, and Passes’: Slavery, Mobility, and the Creolized Counter-Knowledge of Resistance, will take place on Friday, February 4, 2022 from 12:00 to 1:15 p.m. Atlantic Time. Below is the MS Teams link to attend the event.
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December 4, 2020
McGill University, Geography Department, GeoSpectives Lecture Series
Lecture: "Black Refugees and the Canadian Myth of Racial Tolerance: The Politics and Geographies of Slave Escape on the Canada-USA Border"
Poster and Zoom Link
February 27, 2019
National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
Lecture: " 'of a remarkably down-cast Countenance, and a black and copper coloured mixt Complexion': Fugitive Slave Advertisements and/as Portraiture in late Eighteenth- and early Nineteenth-Century Canada'
February 10, 2019
Burman University, Lacombe, Alberta, Canada
Herr Lecture Series
˜[A] tone of voice peculiar to New-Englandâ€™: Fugitive Slave Advertisements and the Heterogeneity of Enslaved Blacks in Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century Quebecâ€
November 22, 2018: 5pm to 6pm
Place des Arts, Montreal, Canada
Art and Society Talks (2018-2019)
Roundtable Participant: Chant Gospel - Force chorale et sociale
November 13, 2018: 6pm to 7:30pm
Bard Graduate Center, NYC, USA
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Horowitz Foundation Seminar in New York and American Material Culture
" 'of a remarkably down-cast Countenance, and a black and copper coloured mixt Complexion': Fugitive Slave Advertisements and/as Portraiture in late Eighteenth- and early Nineteenth-Century Canada"
October 19, 2018
University of Glasgow, Scotland
School of Humanities
" 'Ran away from her Master, ¦a Negroe Girl named Thursday': Examining Evidence of Punishment, Isolation, and Trauma in Nova Scotia and Quebec Fugitive Slave Advertisements"
June 13, 2018: 8:30am
Alliance for Healthier Communities
Sheraton Parkway Toronto North Hotel - Health Equity Action and Transformation
" 'Ran away from her Master, ¦a Negroe Girl named Thursday': Examining Evidence of Punishment, Isolation, Trauma, and Illness in Nova Scotia and Quebec Fugitive Slave Advertisements"
April 7, 2018
Doris McCarthy Gallery, Scarborough, Canada
University of Toronto, Scarborough Campus
Discussion: Slavery, Race, and Representation: Charmaine A. Nelson and Andrew Hunter in Conversation