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Atlantic Colloquium Series Presents: The 21st Annual FIU DOHGSA Conference- Race, Memory, and Public History

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Friday, April 1 at 10:00am to 5:00pm

GC - Graham University Center, 316
11200 SW 8th ST 33199, Graham University Center, Miami, Florida 33199

FIU DOHGSA announces the 21st Annual FIU DOHGSA Conference. This year's keynote speaker will be Erika Denise Edwards, Associate Professor of History at the UNC Charlotte and author of the award-winning Hiding in Plain Sight: Black Women, the Law, and the Making of a White Argentine Republic, which is a gendered analysis of what some white Argentines mischaracterize as “black disappearance.” It explores the intimate lives of black women and their contributions to “white” Argentina. A graduate of FIU’s Atlantic History Doctoral program in 2011, she is returning “home” to share her recent scholarly work. The Keynote Lecture is entitled: “When Aunt Jemima’s Cousin Gets Cancelled: Black Women and the Race Making Process in Argentina.” For more infomation, please see the flyer and schedule of events here.

An event co-sponsored by: The Dorothea Green Lecture Series, funded by SIPA/UGS; FIU Department of History, and DOHGSA

This event is free and open to all FIU Students, Faculty and Staff

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Meeting ID: 998 4067 1995

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Department of History
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