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Seminars in Slavery, Memory and African Diasporas.
(Lecture/Discussion)

March 21 or 28, 2018
"I Must Possess My Own Body": William Trail and the Founding of a Free Black Community in Indiana Edna G. Medford (Professor, Department of History, Howard University)

PLEASE NOTE...
All participants wishing to attend the seminar need to read the paper prior to the meetings. If you are not on the seminar's list please contact Dr. Araujo at aaraujo@howard.edu to be added to the list and receive the seminar's papers one week prior the meetings.

Location: Founders Channing Pollock Meeting Room (102H)
Sponsor: Department of History
Contact: Ana Lucia Araujo
E-Mail aaraujo@howard.edu
202-806-9365
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