Hubert Harrison: The Voice of Harlem Radicalism, 1883 – 1978

HOWARD UNIVERSITY Dr. Paula Whetsel – Ribeau Honorary Chair The Friends of the Library and the Moorland – Spingarn Research Center of Howard University invites researchers and students (undergraduate/ graduate) of […]

HOWARD UNIVERSITY

Dr. Paula Whetsel – Ribeau
Honorary Chair
The Friends of the Library and the Moorland – Spingarn Research Center of Howard University

invites researchers and students (undergraduate/ graduate) of all disciplines to attend the 2011 Black History Commemoration of

Hubert Harrison: The Voice of Harlem Radicalism, 1883 – 1978

Guest Speaker:

Jeff Perry, Independent Scholar, Author and Historian, welcomed by E. Ethelbert Miller, Author, Poet and Director of the African-American Studies Resource Center at Howard University

Thursday, February 24, 2011
2:00PM – 3:30 PM

The Browsing Room Founders Library
Washington, DC 20059

EXHIBIT: “Rediscovering Hubert Harrison” celebrates the life and work of an iconic intellectual of the Harlem Renaissance whose story was largely unknown until it was promoted through Jeff Perry’s research. The exhibit will be on display in the lobbies of the Founders Library and the Undergraduate Library (UGL).

Program Sponsors: The Department of Afro-American Studies, Dr. Gregg Carr, Chair; the Department of English, Dr. Dana A. Williams, Chair; University Libraries, Dr. Arthuree R. M. Wright, Interim Director; The Moorland– Spingarn Research Center, Dr. Clifford L. Muse, Jr., Interim Director; and The Friends of the Li-brary and The Moorland – Spingarn Research Center.