Thu, Jan 28 | Zoom Lecture

Social Power and Slavery in Early New York's Dutch Reformed Churches

BCHS Zoom Lecture Series with Andrea Mosterman, professor at the University of New Orleans. We reached capacity (100) and are sold out.
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Social Power and Slavery in Early New York's Dutch Reformed Churches

Time & Location

Jan 28, 7:00 PM – 8:10 PM
Zoom Lecture

About the Event

Andrea Mosterman discusses the early slave trade in American and the philosophical, economic and religious structures it was based upon with a focus on Early New York's Dutch Reformed Churches.

Mosterman has explored the multi-faceted dimensions of slavery, slave trade, and cross-cultural contact in the Dutch Atlantic and Early America with special emphasis on Early New York. Published on topics ranging from slavery and race in an eighteenth-century Brooklyn Dutch Reformed Church to Dutch diplomacy in precolonial Kongo. Curated a digital exhibit on slavery in New Netherland for the New Netherland Institute. Zoom invite link will be emailed 3 days prior to lecture.

We reached capacity (100) and are sold out. Email questions: info@bergencountyhistory.org

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