Discover Series

  • From Tracy Payovich

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    Access the follow-up resources from this program: https://conta.cc/39kfglN In April of 2020, after nearly twenty years of planning, writing, and editing, The History of…
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    Access the follow-up resources from this program: https://conta.cc/3bVTh6x In April of 2020, after nearly twenty years of planning, writing, and editing, The History of…
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    Access the follow-up resources from this program: https://conta.cc/2PVmKoJ In April of 2020, after nearly twenty years of planning, writing, and editing, The History of…

Recent Lectures

  • From Tracy Payovich

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    Historian Aston Gonzalez discusses his book, "Visualizing Equality: African American Rights and Visual Culture in the Nineteenth Century" (2020), which studies…
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    The story of the Boston Massacre is familiar to generations. But from the very beginning, most accounts have obscured a fascinating truth: the Massacre arose from…
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    Historical geographer Garrett Dash Nelson from the Norman B. Leventhal Map & Education Center at the Boston Public Library discusses representation, reality, and the…

The Clements Bookworm

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    In this episode of the Clements Bookworm, staff highlight books and articles that shaped their professional approaches to primary sources from early American history.…
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    In this episode of the Clements Bookworm, Dr. Veronica Pasfield discusses her continuing research to understand the full purpose and force of federal Indian boarding…
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    In this episode of the Clements Bookworm, our panelists are Ann Arbor Antiquarian Book Fair organizers Jay Platt and Garrett Scott. They will discuss the history of the…