Scholars of Slavery Force a Public ReckoningHistorians in the News
tags: slavery, Confederate Monuments, Confederate Heritage
Stained by Slavery
How Craig Steven Wilder exposed higher education’s past
Shackles and Dollars Historians and economists clash over slavery
How far should a university go to face its slave past?
An Antidote for American Amnesia
How Should We Memorialize Slavery?
What happens when research collides with public memory
Tiya Miles maps forgotten corners of slave history
The Scholars Behind the Quest for Reparations
The Long Reach of David Brion Davis The historian’s in uence has been enormous, if not always obvious
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