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The Queen Was Not There: Rights, Violence and Middlemen in Britain’s Imperial ‘Coolie Labour’ System, 1872-1902
April 21, 2017 at 5:15 pm-7:15 pm
Sascha Auerbach, University of Nottingham, UK
Please contact Ryan Branagan, rapporteur for the Transnational and Global History seminar, for the pre-circulated paper.
Light refreshments provided.
There will be free and ample parking in the basement parking level of the Center from 5pm, with elevators to the 3rd floor room.
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