[DUTCH] Jews in the Caribbean region  Wednesday 24 April 2013 13.00

Talk by Wim Klooster

Wim Klooster is a history professor at Clark University in the United States. His previous positions include Inter-Americas Mellon Fellow at the John Carter Brown Library and Charles Warren Fellow at Harvard University, and his many publications include Revolutions in the Atlantic World: A Comparative History (2009) and Illicit Riches: Dutch Trade in the Caribbean, 1648-1795 (1998).
This talk has been planned in connection with the future exhibition The New World, which will focus on Dutch colonial history, especially Jewish colonists in Brazil (in the 17th century), Suriname and Curaçao. This exhibition will open in the autumn of 2014. The talk is presented in partnership with the Dutch Association for Jewish Studies.

Location: JHM Auditorium; sign up at the ticket desk.
Admission: Free with your ticket for the Jewish Cultural Quarter.
When: Wednesday 24 April, 13:00
To sign up: E-mail events or call +31 (0)20 531 0380

Please note: this is a Dutch-language event