COMING SOON!! - University of Connecticut Conference, The Greater Reconstruction: American Democracy After the Civil War

Don’t miss “The Greater Reconstruction: American Democracy After the Civil War,” a two day conference sponsored by the Draper Chair endowment.

Race, Radicalism, and Reaction in the 1960s and 1970s

Chair: Todd Holmes, Oral History Center, University of California, Berkeley
Commentator: David Barber, University of Tennessee at Martin

Organizing Multiracial Workplaces: The Activism of the League of Revolutionary Struggle, 1974–1991 
Eddie Bonilla, Michigan State University

“With Imagination and Enthusiasm:” The FBI, COINTELPRO, and Investigations of White Student Activists in the 1960s South 
Gregg Michel, University of Texas at San Antonio

CFP: “Jews, Race, and Public Memory,” Southern Jewish Historical Society Annual Conference

Call for papers: “Jews, Race, and Public Memory”
Southern Jewish Historical Society Annual Conference
October 24-27, 2019
Charlottesville, Virginia 

As the home of Thomas Jefferson, who held slaves in bondage while championing religious and political liberty for Jews and other whites, and as the site where white supremacists targeted both Jews and people of color in the violent 2017 Unite the Right rally, Charlottesville offers a compelling setting for evaluating the place of Jews in southern racial culture.

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