Coming Next: Mary C. Kelley, “'Talents Committed to Your Care’: Reading and Writing Radical Abolitionism in Antebellum America,” October 30, 2014, 4 pm, 1014 Tisch Hall

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Fall 2014 Speakers: Douglas Northrop, Don Mitchell, Sallie Marston, Derek Peterson, Mary Kelley, Marla Miller, Thomas Mullaney

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Winter 2015 Speakers: Sueann Caulfield, Ra'anan Boustan, Jennifer Morgan, Joshua Cole, Brigitte Bedos-Rezak, Ishita Pande

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Next: Mary Kelley on Reading and Writing Radical Abolitionism

Explores contributions of African American women ...


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Kemp Symposium Connects History, Geography

Don Mitchell and Sallie Marston lecture recordings available ...


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Recap: Douglas Northrop Considers Seismic Spaces

Kicks off 2014-15 with capacity audience ...


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