Join the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History for a Zoom discussion with Professor Daniel Broyld, Department of History, Central Connecticut State University. This discussion is on the topic of ‘Borderland Blacks: Two Cities in the Niagara Region During the Final Decades of Slavery.’
This event is registered participants only. Upon registration you will be sent a link with Zoom information.
About the Speaker:
Professor Daniel Broyld an assistant professor of Public History & African American History at Central Connecticut State University. He earned his PhD in nineteenth-century United States and African Diaspora history at Howard University in 2011. His work focuses on the American-Canadian borderlands and issues of Black identity, migration, and transnational relations as well as oral history and museum-community interaction.