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Humanities Salon: Celeste Moore

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Burke Library All-Night Reading Room

Surveying the Stacks: African-American History and Burke Library, Presented by Celeste Moore

Celeste Moore (History) will talk on the Ten Negro Artists from the United States, First World Festival of Negro Arts, Dakar, Senegal, 1966. This will be followed by wine, cheese, and conversation in the library’s All Night Reading Room. 

Celeste Day Moore teaches courses in African-American history as well as the histories of race, empire, and U.S. international relations. She received her doctorate from the University of Chicago and has been a fellow at the Institut d’Études Politiques in Paris and the Carter G. Woodson Institute for African-American and African Studies at the University of Virginia. She is currently completing a manuscript, Soundscapes of Liberation: Race, Music, and the Making of the Postwar Atlantic World, which reframes African-American history within the commercial, political, and diasporic networks that comprised the twentieth-century Atlantic World.

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Lisa Forrest
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lforrest@hamilton.edu 20170915 15:00:00 20170915 17:00:00 America/New_York Humanities Salon: Celeste Moore <p>Surveying the Stacks: African-American History and Burke Library, Presented by Celeste Moore</p> <p>Celeste Moore (History) will talk on the <em>Ten Negro Artists from the United States, First World Festival of Negro Arts</em>, Dakar, Senegal, 1966. This will be followed by wine, cheese, and conversation in the library’s All Night Reading Room. </p> <p>Celeste Day Moore teaches courses in African-American history as well as the histories of race, empire, and U.S. international relations. She received her doctorate from the University of Chicago and has been a fellow at the Institut d’Études Politiques in Paris and the Carter G. Woodson Institute for African-American and African Studies at the University of Virginia. She is currently completing a manuscript, <em>Soundscapes of Liberation: Race, Music, and the Making of the Postwar Atlantic World</em>, which reframes African-American history within the commercial, political, and diasporic networks that comprised the twentieth-century Atlantic World.</p> Burke Library All-Night Reading Room Lisa Forrest lforrest@hamilton.edu
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