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Ampersand: Rethinking WashU's Relation to Enslavement: Past, Present and Future

History 2721 - Fall 2021

Explore Washington University's entanglement with the institution of slavery over its 168-year history. This full-year course guides students into independent research that engages the distortions, erasures, and silences of the "slavery archive," especially as they pertain to Black lives in St. Louis whose stories shape the University's long and important tradition. Use textual and digital methods in an endeavor to understand this past, learn how it shapes our present, and consider how it ought to shape our institutional future. This class is for first-year, non-transfer students only.
Course Attributes: EN HAS HUMAMP

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Ampersand: Rethinking WashU's Relation to Enslavement: Past, Present and Future
INSTRUCTOR: Craver
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