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This author chat features Dr. Lisa M. Corrigan and her new book, BLACK FEELINGS: RACE AND AFFECT IN THE LONG SIXTIES, and Andre E. Johnson with his new book, NO FUTURE IN THIS COUNTRY: THE PROPHETIC PESSIMISM OF BISHOP HENRY MCNEAL TURNER, both from University Press of Mississippi’s Race, Rhetoric, and Media Series. The authors will discuss the role of Black leaders (secular and religious) in the freedom struggle, obstacles to Black freedom, the role of racial feelings in the production of Black liberation, and opportunities as well as failures in Black organizing. Race, Rhetoric, and Media Series editor Davis W. Houck will moderate.
Topic: Author chat with Lisa M. Corrigan and Andre E. Johnson
Time: Nov 23, 2020 06:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
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Why do Americans tend to separate their dead along communal lines rooted in faith, race, ethnicity, or social standing? Join us for a presentation by Dr. Kami Fletcher and Dr. Allan Amanik, editors of the anthology TILL DEATH DO US PART: AMERICAN ETHNIC CEMETERIES AS BORDERS UNCROSSED as they discuss the physical and symbolic borders of America’s ethnic cemeteries and what these divisions reveal about American history. Drs. Amanik and Fletcher will share the histories behind the development of New York’s Jewish cemeteries and the 1807 founding of Baltimore’s African Burying Ground, and what the physical and invisible borders of these cemeteries tell us about how Americans negotiated race, ethnicity, religion, class, and national origin in the 19th century.
Adriana Ink, The World's Biggest Book Club in Conversation with Jacqueline R. Braitman author of SHE DAMN NEAR RAN THE STUDIO: THE EXTRAORDINARY LIVES OF IDA R. KOVERMAN