2nd ANNUAL GRADUATE STUDENT CONFERENCE IN AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY
The University of Memphis Department of History and the Graduate
History Association are pleased to announce THE SECOND ANNUAL
GRADUATE STUDENT CONFERENCE IN AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY which will be held October 20-22, 2000 on the University of Memphis campus.
Dr. Tera Hunter (Ph.D. Yale, 1990) will be the keynote speaker.
Dr. Hunter, author of To 'Joy My Freedom: Southern Black Women's
Lives and Labors After the Civil War, is an Associate Professor at Carnegie
Mellon University. Her interests embrace the social and cultural
history of the 19th and 20th centuries, with an emphasis on African
American, Women's, Labor, and Southern history. The keynote address
will be held at the National Civil Rights Museum on the evening of
Friday, October 20th.
Additional information is available by mailing or emailing us (Program Committee) at the addresses below, or see our website, also listed below.
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