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Syllabus Interview with Dr. Selena Sanderfer

Dr. Steve Peraza brings H-Slavery the following interview with Dr. Selena Sanderfer, Assistant Professor of History at Western Kentucky University, about her course on Comparative Slavery. Read the interview here. Dr. Sanderfer’s syllabus for this course forms a part of our syllabus database, and can be located here.  

Syllabus Interview with Dr. Selena Sanderfer

Dr. Steve Peraza brings H-Slavery the following interview with Dr. Selena Sanderfer, Assistant Professor of History at Western Kentucky University, about her course on Comparative Slavery.  Dr. Sanderfer’s syllabus for this course forms a part of our syllabus database, and can be located here.  

 

1. Comparative slavery is a complex topic with a rich historiography. What strategies did you use to conceptualize the course?

 

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