Please join us for Dr. Elizabeth A. Herbin-Triant's talk about her new book: "Threatening Property: Race, Class, and Campaigns to Legislate Jim Crow Neighborhoods" (Columbia University Press, 2019). Focusing on North Carolina, Threatening Property explores the politics of residential segregation. It investigates who wanted neighborhoods to be segregated by race, how these people brought about their vision, and why segregation has persisted even after segregationist policies were ended.
Nov. 7, 4:00 p.m.
Atkins Library Halton Room
Dr. Herbin-Triant is an assistant professor in the Department of History at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Her research and teaching interests include African American history, particularly racial capitalism, urban history, slavery, and segregation.
All are welcome. Hot chocolate and cookies will be served.
Sponsored by the Center for the Study of the New South, J. Murrey Atkins Library, and the Department of History’s Minor in Capitalism Studies. This talk is part of The Center’s series Cultivating the New South: Southerners from 1840s - 1940s.