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VIEW SPEAKER : Writing Slavery into Freedom’s Story
VIEW SPEAKER : “A Piece on Cancer While the Water Boils”: Women and Their Magazines
VIEW SPEAKER : American Cosmopolitanism: Rabindranath Tagore and His Impact on American Readers in the Early Twentieth Century
VIEW SPEAKER : Come Back Tom Joad: The Legacy of the 1930s
VIEW SPEAKER : Concerning “Goodbye, Christ”: Langston Hughes and the Political Poetry of the 1930s
VIEW SPEAKER : Did Steinbeck Get It Right? The True Tale of the Joads
VIEW SPEAKER : How Photographs Changed America
VIEW SPEAKER : Race, Gender, and Southern Plantation Modernity in “Gone with the Wind”
VIEW SPEAKER : Suffrage and Anti-Suffrage Through Political Cartoons
VIEW SPEAKER : The Most Influential Satire in History: Harvey Kurtzman and MAD Magazine
VIEW SPEAKER : The Role of the “American Historical Review”
VIEW SPEAKER : Visible Secularism: Religious Ridicule, Blasphemy, and the Cartoonist’s Art
VIEW SPEAKER : Walt Whitman, Slavery, and Democracy
VIEW SPEAKER : Will the Real Atticus Finch Stand Up? Harper Lee & American History