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Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade and the Making of the Modern World

Drew University Center for Holocaust/Genocide Study will be holding a THREE PART STUDY SEMINAR

Three Thursdays from 4 – 6 p.m.

Dorothy Young Center for the Arts – Room 106

March 6, 2014

Origins and Dynamics of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade

Guest Lecturer:  Lillie Edwards, Ph.D., Professor of History and African-American Studies, Director of Pan-African Studies and Director of American Studies, Drew University

 March 20, 2014

The Slave Trade and the Development of the Americas

Guest Lecturer:  Lillie Edwards, Ph.D., Professor of History and African-American Studies, Director of Pan-African Studies and Director of American Studies, Drew University

 March 27, 2014           

Legacies of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade: Memory, Culture & Reparations

Guest Lecturer: Michael Gialanella, D.Litt., Adjunct Professor of History, Seton Hall University

Reservation Required - $30.00 for three session

 Facilitator: Larry A. Greene, Ph.D., Professor of History, Seton Hall University

 For more information:

973.408.3600             ctrholst@drew.edu      www.drew.edu/chs




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