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Gender, Jobs and Freedom: The March on Washington and the Birth of Black Feminism: March 11

The American History Workshop @ NYU presents…

William P. Jones University of Wisconsin

“Gender, Jobs and Freedom: The March on Washington and the Birth of Black Feminism”

Friday, March 11th at 10 a.m.

NYU King Juan Carlos I, Room 428 53 Washington Square South NYC

Lunch will be served!

**The paper is pre-circulated—email khary.polk(at)gmail.com to […]

The Empty City: American Film and the Imagination of Disaster

Marianna Torgovnick at CUNY

Presented by the CUNY Center for the Humanities

Marianna Torgovnick is Professor of English at Duke University and Director of the Duke in New York Arts and Media Program each Fall and Summer. Torgovnick is the author of six books, including the acclaimed Gone Primitive, its sequel, Primitive Passions, and an […]

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