Don’t miss the library’s presentation at 11 am Friday, October 23:
Professor Jennifer Oast, Chair of the Department of History at Bloomsburg University talks to University Librarian Luke Vilelle about her book Institutional Slavery: Slaveholding Churches, Schools, Colleges, and Businesses in Virginia, 1680-1860 (Cambridge University Press; 2016).
- Read the chapter “’Faithful and Valuable’: Slavery at Hampden-Sydney College, the University of Virginia, and the Hollins Institute” (current HU logins only)
- More about the book.
Check your HU email for the opportunity to sign up for this and other presentations at Leading EDJ Day.
Leading EDJ day focuses on equity, diversity and inclusion. Take your knowledge further with the Library’s Antiracist Bookshelf . The bookshelf presents books (e-books and physical) you can check out right now on historical trauma, activism, intersectional experiences and more.
Want to see more books on the Antiracist Bookshelf? Suggestions are welcome! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org