POSTPONED TO FALL 2020: The Antislavery Moment: Capitalism, Democracy, and the Origins of the Abolitionist Impulse

Fri, Mar 27, 2020, 10:15 am to Sat, Mar 28, 2020, 5:00 pm
Sponsor(s): 
Center for Collaborative History
Humanities Council
Department of African American Studies
Program in American Studies
Program in Latin American Studies
University Center for Human Values

Drawing by Winslow Homer: Expulsion of Negroes and Abolitionists from Tremont Temple, Boston, Massachusetts, on December 3, 1860 from Harper’s Weekly 4, no. 207 (1860)

Winslow Homer, Expulsion of Negroes and Abolitionists from Tremont Temple, Boston, Massachusetts, on December 3, 1860 from Harper’s Weekly 4, no. 207 (1860): 788.

About

This conference will feature prominent scholars who work on abolition, anti-slavery politics, capitalism, and slavery, and will attempt to revisit the classic questions about the relationship between the marketplace and abolition in light of the new historiographical trends.

See the conference website for a detailed schedule and to register for the entire conference or individual sessions.