In the Classroom with Historians - Reparations

Virtual Event
Thu APR 08
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Welcome to In the Classroom with Historians to discuss how history intersects, connects and threads across the disciplines. We will discuss how we have incorporated different course materials, ideas, events and questions in our classroom and how we can expand on our teaching by hosting conversations with scholars-teachers across the disciplines. The purpose of In the Classroom with Historians is to discuss our teaching, create learning communities across the disciplines and be able to incorporate new and exciting ideas into the classroom.

Please join us this week In the Classroom with Historians, where the session topic will be Reparations. We will be welcoming Prof. Jim Luke, Economics professor to discuss the question of reparations. In order to prepare for our discussion, please read The Case for Reparations by Ta-Nehisi Coates and listen to Sandy Darity, Jr.  NPR interview who co- wrote with his wife A. Kirsten  Mullen From Here to Equality: Reparations for Black Americans in the 21st Century.  

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