Black Women and the American Revolution: A Retrospective on the 60th Anniversary of Benjamin Quarles The Negro in the American Revolution

By College of Arts and Sciences, Division of Diversity and Belonging

Friday, February 11, 2022 12pm to 1pm

Williams Hall, Bowling Green, OH 43403

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Join the BGSU Department of History for a talk, followed by a question-and-answer session, with Dr. Karen Cook Bell, author of the just-released Running from Bondage: Enslaved Women and their Remarkable Fight for Freedom in Revolutionary America and of Claiming Freedom: Race, Kinship and Land in Nineteenth Century Georgia, which won the Georgia Board of Regents Excellence in Research Award. Her writings have also appeared in The Washington Post, History News Network, and Ms. Magazine. Dr. Bell is Chair and Associate Professor of History at Bowie State University.

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