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Dan Berger at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and in TIME Magazine

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger led a seminar about the criminal justice system for college students at the Mellon Summer Humanities Institute. Held at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, part of the NY Public Library system, the Institute brings together advanced undergraduates in African American Studies interested in pursuing Ph.D.s in the humanities. Over an eight-week period...

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Dan Berger Speaks at Slavery, Captivity, and the Meaning of Freedom Conference

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger spoke at a conference entitled Slavery, Captivity, and the Meaning of Freedom at the University of California Santa Barbara. The conference brought together scholars in the fields of classics, American history, and African American studies for a comparative study of slavery and its afterlives in Greece, Rome, and the Americas. Berger’s lecture was called ...

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Dan Berger Speaks on Black Radicals and the Law and Prison Organizing

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Dan Berger participated in a roundtable on "Black Radicals and the Law" at the annual conference of the Organization of American Historians. During the conference, the OAH announced that Berger was appointed to the OAH Distinguished Lectureship Program ...

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Dan Berger Speaks on The Roots of Mass Incarceration and the History of Resistance to It

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger spoke at a plenary session at the 6th annual Beyond the Bars conference at Columbia University. The plenary addressed the rise of mass incarceration and histories of resistance to it.

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Dan Berger Presents at American Historical Association Conference

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger presented at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association on January 8. Berger delivered a paper entitled “Freedom as Method” about the ways prisoners, slaves, and other people in captivity utilize similar modes of political action. 

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