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Friday, June 16 • 9:45am - 11:15am
Session 2E: Place and Memory in Public History

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Reimagining the Camino Real or King's Highway in East Texas: The Free, Fugitive, and Forcibly Transported People of African Descent

Power and Memory in the Great Dismal Swamp

Celebrating Caribbean-American Identity in the Southeastern US

Festive Noise: Creating Collective Memory in Pre-Emancipation Jamaica


Speakers
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Carla Gerona

Reimagining the Camino Real or King's Highway in East Texas: The Free, Fugitive, and Forcibly Transported People of African Descent - Georgia Tech University
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Kathryn Benjamin Golden

Power and Memory in the Great Dismal Swamp - University of California-Berkeley
AM

Alison McLetchie

Celebrating Caribbean-American Identity in the Southeastern US - Claflin University
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Daina Nathaniel

Professor, Queens University of Charlotte, Knight School of Communication
Dr. Daina Nathaniel is an Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Programs in the Knight School of Communication. A native of Trinidad and Tobago, her research interests center around culture, identity, nationhood, and digital inclusion. Most recently she has been exploring... Read More →
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Linda L. Sturtz

Festive Noise: Creating Collective Memory in Pre-Emancipation Jamaica - Macalester College


Friday June 16, 2017 9:45am - 11:15am
Stern Center Ballroom 71 George St, Charleston, SC 29401

Attendees (3)