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Feature Videos

Presentation on Eric Williams' Caribbean Vision at the Capitalism and Slavery 75 Years Later CARICOM-UWI Conference (Nov 2019)

University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Graduation Greeting -Valedictorian, Faculty of Humanities and Education (Oct 2011)

Presentations

"Venezuela and the Caribbean: Historical and Current Parallels of Crisis and Migration," Exeter College, Oxford Subject Family Seminar, November 2019

"The Politics of the Southern Caribbean in the Revolutionary Era, c. 1780-1820,” Latin American History Seminar, University of Oxford, November 2019

"Eric Williams and the Caribbean Integration Process," Capitalism and Slavery - Eric Eustace Williams 75 Years Later Symposium, University of the West Indies St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago, November 2019

"Capitalism and Slavery and the New Colonies: The Case of Trinidad and Demerara," The 75th Anniversary of Eric Williams' Capitalism & Slavery, The Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies at Monticello, The Centre for the Study of International Slavery at the University of Liverpool, and the Wilberforce Institute for the Study of Slavery and Emancipation, University of Liverpool, November 2019

“Island and mainland colonies in the Greater Caribbean during the Revolutionary Era,” With a response by Prof David Lambert (University of Warwick), Transnational and Global History Seminar, University of Oxford, October 2019

"Trinidad and Demerara: The Southern Caribbean during the Revolutionary Era," Caribbean Seminar Series, University College London, October 2019

“An Interconnected and Polyglot World: Trinidad and Demerara (Guyana) in the Revolutionary Era,” Mobility in Historical Perspective, Oxford-Berlin-Padua Research Network, University of Oxford, April 2019

"Trinidad and Demerara: The Southern Caribbean during the Revolutionary Era," Graduate Seminar in History, 1680-1850, University of Oxford, February 2019

Dexnell Peters, “An Interconnected and Polyglot World: Trinidad and Demerara in the Revolutionary Era,” Association of Caribbean Historians Annual Conference, Cuba, June 2016

Dexnell Peters, “Trinidad: A Population in Motion, ca. 1775-1815” Johns Hopkins American Seminar, Baltimore, April 2013

Stella Williams, Farid F. Youssef and Dexnell Peters, “Ethics and professionalism in medical education – Shades of grey?” The 11th Interdisciplinary Conference on Communication, Medicine & Ethics (COMET 2013), Melbourne, Australia, 11-13 July 2013

Valerie Youssef, Stella Williams, Farid F. Youssef and Dexnell Peters, “When the foot reaches the knee: Health literacy and the burden of communication re-examined” The 11th Interdisciplinary Conference on Communication, Medicine & Ethics (COMET 2013), Melbourne, Australia, 11-13 July 2013

Dexnell Peters, “The People and the Caribbean Integration Process: Popular Perspectives from Trinidad and Tobago,” in the Fires of Hope Conference, Department of History, UWI, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago September 13-15, 2012

Best, Gerald, Moo-Young, Patrick, Peters, Dexnell, G., Smith, Oronde, St. Bernard, Kirt and Youssef, Farid, F., “Renewing Caribbean Vision: Shifting the Trajectory of Caribbean Regional Development,” Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies Conference - Fifty-Fifty: Critical Reflections in a Time of Uncertainty, University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica Aug. 20-25, 2012

Peters, Dexnell, G. and Sandy, Marc., “The Steel Pan and its Impact on Regional Integration – a Historical Review and Assessment of Future Possibilities,” SteelFesTT 2012 International Conference on the Steel Pan, National Academy for the Performing Arts, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago May 6-9, 2012 

Dexnell Peters, Historian of the Greater Caribbean and the Atlantic World