In the summer of 1900, three years before the publication of The Souls of Black Folk, W.E.B. Du Bois traveled to France to participate in the Paris Exposition Universelle. At the time, he was deep into his pathbreaking Atlanta University Studies of black social life in the United States. Drawing on this work, Du Bois […]Read more "Du Bois in Paris: Challenging Stereotypes with Images and Objects"
This year, we are fortunate to host a series of film screenings and public events called “Created Equal: America’s Civil Rights Struggle” at the Cooperstown Graduate Program (SUNY Oneonta) and New York State Historical Association. The goal of the series is to foster community discussion of our shared civil rights history and spur dialogue on […]Read more "Created Equal in Cooperstown"
Spring semester starts this week, so look for new content on CRG@CGP soon!Read more "We’re back!"