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Friday, June 16
 

2:45pm

Session 4A: Challenging Narratives of Race from the American South to the Atlantic World

Africanity: Recovering Agency from an Atlantic World Public History

Whose Heritage? Engaging Atlantic World Histories in Belizean Cultural Initiatives                                         

Challenging Lies across the Landscape: Removing Confederate Statues and Memorials in the South

New World Memories: Which History Are We Learning in the High Schools of the Atlantic World?

Munree Cemetery: A Place of Remembrance and Community


Speakers
MB

Michael Benjamin

Africanity: Recovering Agency from an Atlantic World Public History - Armstrong State University
WM

W. Marvin Dulaney

Challenging Lies across the Landscape: Removing Confederate Statues and Memorials in the South - University of Texas-Arlington
AM

Alicia McGill

Whose Heritage? Engaging Atlantic World Histories in Belizean Cultural Initiatives - North Carolina State University
RE

Rodrigo Escribano Roca

New World Memories: Which History Are We Learning in the High Schools of the Atlantic World? - University of Alcalá, University Research Institute of Latin American Studies
SA

S. Andrew Wise

Munree Cemetery: A Place of Remembrance and Community - Southeast Archaeological Center, National Park Service



Friday June 16, 2017 2:45pm - 4:15pm
Stern Center Room 201 71 George St, Charleston, SC 29401