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