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Modern Culture and Identity

May 18, 2018 bihlg 0

As a liberation from past repressive whitewashing of history, children readily identify themselves with the stories within the pages of books about African-American communities and […]


1860s-1960s: Segregation

May 11, 2018 bastiac 0

Segregation was legalized prior to the Civil War, starting with the 1857 case of Dred Scott v. Sanford. Dred Scott was a slave born in Virginia in […]


Professor Andrew Casper Profile

April 27, 2018 chellimm 0

Written by Amelia Boo, Art History Undergrad (’18) Professor Andrew Casper Associate Professor Art History 2009–present, tenured Education PhD, University of Pennsylvania MA, University of […]


Meet the Exhibition Committee

April 6, 2018 bastiac 0

Over the past three years, Curator of Exhibitions Jason Shaiman organized the first of its kind exhibition, Telling a People’s Story: African-American Children’s Illustrated Literature. Shaiman […]