Pedagogy Roundtable: Anti-Slavery Literature and Its Legacies

Join our distinguished panelists for a conversation about classroom approaches to 19th-century anti-slavery literature in the current era of the Black Lives Matter movement at 1:00 pm. Registration required for the luncheon from 12:30-1:00 only.

Presented by the Five Colleges Seminar on Global Cultures of the Long 19th Century, panelists on the pedagogy roundtable include: Frances Botkin (English, Towson University); Kimberly Juanita Brown (English & Africana Studies, Mount Holyoke College); Sean Gordon (English, UMass Amherst)
; and Patricia Matthew (English, Montclair State University)

This event is generously sponsored by the Dean’s Office, Mount Holyoke College; English Department, Mount Holyoke College; Teaching and Learning Initiative, Mount Holyoke College; Dean’s Office, Amherst College; English Department, Amherst College; Office of the Associate Chancellor for Equity and Inclusion, UMass Amherst.