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Nat Turner and the Late Emancipation Novel

Christopher Freeburg, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Tue, 3/5 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · 40 McCosh

Department of English; Humanities Council

A public lecture in connection with the graduate seminar, “Postwar New York,” organized by Joshua Kotin and sponsored by Postwar New York: Workshops, a Humanities Council Magic Grant for Innovation, and the Department of English.

Christopher Freeburg is an award-winning author of three scholarly books: Melville in the Idea of Blackness(Cambridge UP, 2012), Black Aesthetics and the Interior Life(University of Virginia Press, 2017), and Counterlife: Slavery after Resistance and Social Death (Duke UP, 2021). He has just finished his first trade book, Soul: A Brief History of Black Cultural Life, which will be published by Yale University Press next year.

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