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April, 16 - Historical Walk - Begin South Deck Main Building
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March, 14 - Dr. Ryden presents at Rediscovering Eric Williams: The Intellectual History of Capitalism and Slavery - Binghamton University, Fine Arts, Room 25

Dr. David Ryden, professor of history, will be presenting his work on the three faces of West Indian economic decline at a meeting at SUNY Binghamton. The one-day conference, entitled “Rediscovering Eric Williams: The Intellectual History of Capitalism and Slavery,” is cotemporaneous with the publication of William’s 1938 dissertation, The Economic Aspects of the Abolition of the West Indian Slave Trade and Slavery (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014). The other speakers at the meeting are William Darity (Duke University), Colin Palmer (Princeton), and Anthony E. Kaye (Pennsylvania State University). For more information visit fbc.binghamton.edu. View event flyer. Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF link


Social Science Lecture Series 2014

 Photograph of Dr. Austin AllenDr. Austin Allen presents: "Quaker Petitions and the Making of a Proslavery Constitution"

Dr. Austin Allen, Associate Professor History, presented his new research on Quaker anti-slavery petitions and Congressional debates during the 1790s. Audience members included 50 history students and about a dozen CHSS faculty members. Dr. Allen’s work challenges the conventional wisdom regarding slavery and the Constitution, while putting forth a new perspective of an important, but comparatively little studied, period in the history of U.S. slavery.




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