The transatlantic slave trade by Tony Gorton

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$20.00

Date: 5 September, 2021

Time: 13.00pm EST, 11.00am in Calgary and 7pm South African time

This lecture forms part 1 of a series of 6 lectures under the banner:
Could human misery in the world be reduced by breaking the chains of repression and revenge?’

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This lecture forms part 1 of a series of 6 lectures under the banner 
'Could human misery in the world be reduced by breaking the chains of 
repression and revenge?'

Tony Gorton is Adjunct Professor of History and Humanities at the Lausanne campus of Pepperdine University. He teaches the Modern History of Africa and the Modern History of the Middle East. He has degrees in history from the School of Oriental and African Studies (Univ. of London) and the University of Wales. He has family connections to Africa and lived and taught for two years in Ethiopia.

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1 review for The transatlantic slave trade by Tony Gorton

  1. Sandy Shell

    Thank you for organising last night’s seminar. I enjoyed Tony’s presentation and the emphasis he placed on the “first passage” in the slave trade experience.

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