Emerson Hall 210, Reception from 6-7pm in the Robinson Hall Great Space
Prerna Lal (East Bay Community Law Center) Lisa Lowe (Tufts University) Keish Kim (Harvard American Studies graduate student) Medhin Paolos (Asmarina Project, and Rete G2 Milano) Maurice Stierl (University of California, Davis) Lorgia Garcia Pena (Harvard University) – introductions and leading the discussion
Title: “Things to be Forgetten: African American Family Histories, Silences, and the Historical Profession.” Presented by the Workshop on Imagining History, Doing Politics: The Uses and Disadvantages of the Past.
Title: "Hidden in Plain Sight: The Temporalities of Racial Capitalism." Presented by the Charles Warren Center, Dean of Social Science, African and African American Studies, Hutchins Center, and Center for History and Economics.