“American Servitude: The Southern Experience,” Richmond, Virginia, Sept. 16-17, 2005, Virginia Historical Society. Developed by Maymont Foundation and co-sponsored by Virginia Historical Society and Virginia Commonwealth University Department of History, the symposium explores the complex topic of domestic labor in the South, both enslaved and waged, and various ways it is interpreted today. Following presentations by Tera Hunter, M. Njeri Jackson, Norrece Jones, Elizabeth O’Leary, Susan Stein, and John Michael Vlach, participants will visit the newly restored domestic service spaces and “In Service and Beyond” exhibit at Maymont House Museum. The second day offers optional travel to Monticello and Tuckahoe Plantation. For a complete schedule of events, fee information, and registration materials, contact Carol Harris, firstname.lastname@example.org (804) 358-7166, ext. 306.
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