Araujo says, “I am a social and cultural historian writing transnational and comparative history. My work explores the history of slavery and the Atlantic slave trade and their present-day legacies, including the long history of demands of reparations for slavery and colonialism. I have a particular interest in memory, heritage, and visual culture of slavery.”

Read more about her and about her latest book Slavery in the Age of Memory: Engaging the Past (Bloomsbury, 2020) at:

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