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An Upcoming Public Lecture at TU: "Black | Power: Race, Empire, & Privilege in Enlightenment France"

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Aired on Tuesday, March 3rd.

On this edition of ST, we speak with the scholar who will deliver the free-to-the-public 2020 Cadenhead-Settle Memorial Lecture here at TU tonight (Tuesday the 3rd). Our guest is is Dr. Christy L. Pichichero, whose work focuses on the racial (geo)politics of the early modern era in France. Her talk is titled "Black | Power: Race, Empire, & Privilege in Enlightenment France." Dr. Pichichero is an Associate Professor of French and History at George Mason University in Virginia; more about her talk at TU (which is sponsored by the TU History Department) is posted here.

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