Danielle Terrazas Williams is assistant professor of history at Oberlin College. Her work focuses on African-descended women in colonial Mexico. She is currently completing a book project titled "Capital of Free Women: Race, Legitimacy, and Liberty in Colonial Mexico," which challenges traditional narratives of racial hierarchies and gendered mobility by focusing on Mexico’s understudied period from 1580-1730.
The Cabildos Speaker Series was established as a means to:
• Listen to Black voices
• Foreground cutting edge scholarship
• Contextualize United States history in an African Diaspora context
• Highlight the links between academic research and activism.
Sponsored by the School of History, Philosophy, and Religious Studies and anonymous donors to the History Program at Oregon State University.
Free, open to all. Register for link to view at: https://beav.es/JgT
Friday, February 26 at 4:00pm to 5:30pmVirtual Event