During our monthly faculty seminars, we are examining key works of the African American experience. Our book list contains a list of shared readings that all faculty participants will read and discuss as we continue our study together.

The focus of our February seminar was an examination of Anderson’s Education of Blacks in the South: 1865-1935. Ivie Ero led the discussion of Chapter 1 (“Ex-Slaves and the Rise of Universal Education in the South, 1860-1880”) which highlighted the Continue reading “Anderson’s Education of Blacks in the South”