In a celebrated new book, Assistant Professor of History Kerri Greenidge writes about a pair of white abolitionist sisters who had an uneasy relationship with their Black nephews.
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An expanded university program hosts four academics—a veterinary surgeon, a human rights leader, a banking expert, and a professor of international relations—who fled peril in Ukraine and Afghanistan.
The five artists will head to Iran, Malaysia, Peru, and other countries to conduct research and expand their skills.
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In a celebrated new book, Assistant Professor of History Kerri Greenidge writes about a pair of white abolitionist sisters who had an uneasy relationship with their Black nephews