Dr Peggy Brunache
- Lecturer in Public History and Archaeology (History)
Dr Peggy Brunache is a lecturer in the history of Atlantic slavery at the University of Glasgow and the first Director of the newly established Beniba Centre for Slavery Studies. Born in Miami to Haitian parents, she trained and worked as a historical archaeologist with a focus on plantation studies, the African diaspora and the transatlantic slave trade, working on archaeological projects in Benin, West Africa, Guadeloupe, and various sites in the United States. She is a founding member of the European Society of Black and Allied Archaeologists (ESBAA). She developed a free 4-week ongoing online course on 'British Slavery in the Caribbean' with Futurelearn.com. Other projects include working with food, music and science festivals. Food is also central to Peggy's life and work. She acts as culinary consultant for Perth’s Southern Fried music festival. Her media appearances include the US’s Food Network, BBCTV's Black and British documentary series and is a regular contributor to BBC Radio Scotland ’s programmes.
- Carty, Taylar
'Yuh tun ol' before yuh young': Colonial Violence and the Adultification of Enslaved Girls in Eighteenth-Century Jamaica and Barbados
- Cox, Michelle Alicia
Excavating the Silences: Using Theatre to Give Voice to Archaeological Findings and Excluded Narratives from the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade in Barbados