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The Curious Case of Judge Aaron: Race, the Law, and the Protection of White Supremacy
Start Date: 9/26/2013Start Time: 12:30 PM
End Date: 9/26/2013End Time: 1:50 PM

Event Description
A discussion with Niambi M. Carter, Assistant Professor of African American Studies. A summa cum laude graduate of Temple University, she received her M.A. and Ph.D. from Duke University. Her primary areas of study are American politics, with an emphasis on race, identity politics, American political development, and public opinion. Her current research project examines African American public opinion with respect to immigration. Her most recent work explores the uses of racialized, sexual violence during the Jim Crow period.
Location Information:
Main Campus - 1115 West Polett Walk
Room: 10th Floor - Center for the Humanities
Contact Information:
Name: Lafrance
Phone: 215.204.9203
Email: lafrance@temple.edu
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    Center for the Humanities

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