Our Events and Projects
We host a variety of different events including lectures, seminars, fieldtrips, and symposiums that aim to discuss the stories of enslaved people, and educate others about historical and contemporary slavery. Our events are open to all.
We also work on multiple collaborative projects throughout the year with the aim to bring together academics to develop the understanding of slavery past and present. We aim to create a base of knowledge which today’s thinkers can use to understand and tackle slavery in the present, whilst also focusing on reparations, and decolonisation.
The Ancestors film screening followed by a Q&A with the creators.
Thursday 23rd November 2023 - 5pm, 502 Building Teaching Room 4.
Book your FREE ticket and find more information on the Ticketsource page.
Recent past events
We had our Black History Month Events happen in October. This included guest speakers, book talks, and film screenings.
Some of our events are now available to watch via our Youtube page.
To see more visit our Black History Month Events page and follow the links to reserve a space.
Emancipatory Narratives and Enslaved Motherhood
3rd May 2023, The Bluecoat, 17:00 - 19:30 BST
The Centre for the Study of International Slavery and the Liverpool University Press are thrilled to host Dr Jane-Marie Collins as she discusses her publication Emancipatory Narratives & Enslaved Motherhood: Bahia, Brazil, 1830-1888