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The Krieger Lecture in American Political Culture

Tuesday, May 2, 2023 at 5:00pm

Goldwin Smith Hall, Kaufmann Auditorium GSH G64
232 East Ave, Central Campus

P. Gabrielle Foreman
Professor of English, African American Studies, and History at Penn State University, and MacArthur Fellow

Why Didn’t We Know?!: The Forgotten History of the Colored Conventions and 19th-Century Black Political Organizing

The Colored Conventions Project (CCP) is an interdisciplinary research hub that uses digital tools to bring the buried history of nineteenth-century Black organizing to life. Mirroring the collective nature of the nineteenth-century Colored Conventions, CCP uses innovative, inclusive partnerships to locate, transcribe, and archive the documentary record related to this nearly forgotten history and to curate engaging digital exhibits that highlight its significant events and themes.

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Lecture

Departments

American Studies Program

University Themes

Diversity

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cascal, cashum, amstcal, casfeatured

Contact E-Mail

american_studies@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Melissa Totman

Contact Phone

607-255-0097

Speaker

Pier Gabrielle Foreman

Speaker Affiliation

Penn State University

Speaker Web Site

https://coloredconventions.org/about-conventions/

Dept. Web Site

https://americanstudies.cornell.edu/

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the Cornell public

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