Learning from the Germans Community Reading Program Check In

Learning from the Germans Community Reading Program Check In

Recorded LIVE on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at 7:30 PM

This is the second meeting of the Learning from the Germans Community Reading Program. After discussing Parts I and II of Learning from the Germans, Dan Panneton and Dr. Carson Phillips from the Neuberger will be joined by Dr. Afua Cooper, a Professor at Dalhousie University and the Chair of the Scholarly Panel on Lord Dalhousie's Relationship to Race and Slavery, who will present on how slavery and anti-Black racism has and hasn’t been commemorated in Canada. Program participants will have the ability to ask questions about the book and presentation.

Afua Cooper is a Professor at Dalhousie University and the Chair of the Schoalrly Panel on Lord Dalhousie's Relationship to Race and Slavery. She is also the former James Robinson Chair in Black Canadian Studies. Her indomitable research on slavery, abolition, freedom, Black education, and womens' studies has made her one of the leading figures in African Canadian studies. 

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This is the second meeting of the Learning from the Germans Community Reading Program. After discussing Parts I and II of Learning from the Germans, Dan Panneton and Dr. Carson Phillips from the Neuberger will be joined by Dr. Afua Cooper, a Professor at Dalhousie University and the Chair of the Scholarly Panel on Lord Dalhousie's Relationship to Race and Slavery, who will present on how slavery and anti-Black racism has and hasn’t been commemorated in Canada. Program participants will have the ability to ask questions about the book and presentation.

Afua Cooper is a Professor at Dalhousie University and the Chair of the Schoalrly Panel on Lord Dalhousie's Relationship to Race and Slavery. She is also the former James Robinson Chair in Black Canadian Studies. Her indomitable research on slavery, abolition, freedom, Black education, and womens' studies has made her one of the leading figures in African Canadian studies. 

For more information, discussion questions, and readings, please sign up HERE.


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