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Black History Month

Tawes Hall 0330
Wed, 2/8/17 - 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
A reading group analyzing the pitfalls and strengths of theories uncovering the African American experience.
0301 Hornbake Library
Mon, 2/6/17 - 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM
Kay Theatre
Fri, 2/3/17 - 7:00 PM
Join on this journey to discover the stories of slaves born into slavery during the mid-1800s.
Various- College of Arts and Humanities
Wed, 2/1/17 - 9:00 AM to Tue, 2/28/17 - 5:00 PM
Join the College of Arts and Humanities as they pay tribute to Black History month.
Kogod Theatre
Fri, 2/26/16 - 9:00 PM

Over the course of a stellar career that has spanned more than 30 years, saxophonist Kenny Garrett has become the preeminent alto saxophonist of his generation.

Kay Theatre
Fri, 2/26/16 - 7:30 PM to Sat, 3/5/16 - 7:30 PM
Special Events Room, 6137 McKeldin Library
Wed, 2/24/16 - 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Robert S. Levine's book, "The Lives of Frederick Douglass," looks at the different accounts of Frederick Douglass's life.
MITH Conference Room (0301 Hornbake Library, lower level)
Tue, 2/23/16 - 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
How do we as scholars, educators, librarians and archivists use specific cases and experiences to teach habits of critical thought and practice about the intersections between race and technology? This talk from history scholar and professor Kim Gallon, is a theoretical and practical reflection on an Africana/Black Studies-centered approach to the digital humanities in and outside the classroom.
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