Higher Education | Race and Ethnicity | United States History
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University of Maine history professor Liam Riordan gave this week’s lecture as part of The Socialist and Marxist Studies Series, which has happened almost every week at UMaine since 1988. The series is also coached by Maine Peace Action Committee, which is mainly a student group through the Division of Student Affairs, and also receives support from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Riordan teaches in the history department at UMaine with a specialization in American history and Revolutionary history from 1760-1830. Riordan’s lecture was titled, “The ‘Problem’ of Blackness in the Revolutionary United States.”
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Abbott, Taylor, ""The 'Problem' of Blackness in the Revolutionary United States" at this week's Socialist and Marxist Studies Series" (2018). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 213.