Part of the Lady Margaret Hall's (Oxford University) Black Histories and Futures lecture series.
Oxford and Empire Network 'Travel and Translation' Discussion Series - Dexnell Peters, ‘Caribbean Decolonization Leaders and Oxford’
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)
Could the modern world be built on the back of our craving for an addictive substance? Matthew Sweet marshals historians Mimi Goodall and Dexnell Peters, and artist and theorist Ayesha Hameed, to see how far we can push the idea that our desire for sugar led to the development of new forms of agriculture, as well as slavery, empire and capitalism.