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Mellon Forum on the Urban Environment/Race Empire Environment "Of Milk, Blood, and Bones: Brazil's Colonial and Postcolonial Plantation "Big House"

Gilberto Freyre's influential book Casa Grande e Senzala [The Masters and the Slaves] (1933) has been an international reference in Brazil's historical racial relations. In this equally…

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The New Heaven and New Earth Conference Keynote: Reverend Barber

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PUL Author Talk: "She Calls Herself Betsey Stockton" with Constance Escher

PUL Author talk with Constance Escher, introduced by Sean Wilentz, George Henry Davis 1886 Professor of American HistoryThe life of Betsey Stockton is a story of literacy. She was born into bondage,…

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3-31-2022 Naming the Nameless Ana Lucia Araujo

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Juneteenth: A Conversation with Dr. Tera Hunter

Enjoy an informative discussion with Dr. Tera Hunter as she explores the history, context, and personal meaning of Juneteenth. The talk includes a brief Q&A. Sponsored by The Office of Human…

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BHM04February2021_LostSoulsProject

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2020 Princeton University Constitution Day Lecture

Keith E. Whittington, the William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Politics at Princeton University, speaks on “Freedom of Thought and the Struggle to End Slavery.” Introduction and Q & A…

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Charles Sumner The Crime Against Kansas

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J.Q. Adams, Argument

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Faber Lectures: Amy Richlin

Blackface and Drag in Early Roman Comedy

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Juneteenth 2020

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House Divided Speech (1858)

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“When the Africans Hid Themselves”: The 1857 Strike in Bahia

The 2020 Stanley J. Stein Lecture A Brazil LAB event with João José Reis and Isadora Moura Mota. João José Reis is a Professor of History at the Federal University of…

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Thrive - The Princeton and Slavery Project

With Martha A. (Marni) Sandweiss, Professor of History and Melanie Lawson ’76, Journalist and Television News Anchor, KTRK-TV

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