The King of Islandia: How Segregation and its Violence Made a Man and a Nation Rich

Connolly

When:

4-5:30pm, Thursday, March 2nd 

Where:

Olin Sang 207  

Description:

Nathan D.B. Connolly is an associate professor of History at John Hopkins University. He writes about the interplay between racism, capitalism, politics, and the built environment in the twentieth century. His work pays special attention to people’s overlapping understandings of property rights and civil rights in the United States and the wider Americas.  

Cosponsors:

African and Afro-American Studies Department, History Department, Offices of the Provost and the Dean of Arts and Science