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Freedom Marooned: An Atlantic Slave Rebellion in the Dutch Caribbean

Humanities Forum Marjoleine Kars, Dresher Center fellow, chair and associate professor of history, UMBC Wednesday, December 2 | 4 pm Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery  In 1763-1764, five thousand slaves in the Dutch colony of Berbice in South America rebelled. The extraordinary judicial records of the uprising allow for an examination of the internal dynamics of …

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Southern Belles and Brother Masons: Stories of Sherman’s March

Wednesday, February 6, 4:00 p.m. Administration Building, Room 711 Anne Rubin, associate professor of history Southern Belles and Brother Masons:  Stories of Sherman’s March Sponsored by the Department of History Rubin is an expert on the Civil war and the creator of Mapping Memory: Sherman’s March and America. The talk is part of the history …

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