The second day of this colloquium is at the JCB on Feb. 13, noon-5 pm. Its aim is to work towards a more fundamental understanding of indigenous and mestizo sources by taking the texts themselves as the point of departure, rather than the ethnicity of their authors.
Amelia Polonia, University of Porto/ CITCEM, will speak on Feb. 17, 2016, at 4 pm. She will shed new light on the so-far ignored, but crucial, role women played as brokers in Portuguese State of India in the early modern world.
In commemoration of the 250th anniversary of the Stamp Act, an exhibition on the pamphlet war that began with the Stamp Act in British North America but expanded to include other revolutions in the Americas.