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Racial Slavery in America after Emancipation

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Date: January 21, 2014

Lecture: Racial Slavery in America after Emancipation

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About the Speaker:

aucoinDr. Brent J. Aucoin serves as the Associate Dean of the College at Southeastern and Associate Professor of History. Dr. Aucoin earned his PhD from the University of Arkansas in American History with an emphasis on Southern History and Race Relations. He also earned a M.A. in American History from Miami University. He is the author of A Rift in the Clouds: Race and the Southern Federal Judiciary, 1900-1910, published in 2007 by the University of Arkansas Press. He and his wife, Amanda, have four children.

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