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  • Some views from Evergreen Plantation tour. It’s right next door to Whitney Plantation which I toured w/ my Joan Mitchell residency comrades back in 2015. Evergreen is a relatively intact example of a River Road plantation with extant slave quarters and all the antebellum trimmings found in the main house and grounds. I have to say that I always enjoy touring historic homes and find the presentation of the historical narrative worthy of critique - in the case of plantations, the book, “Representations of Slavery: Race and Ideology in Southern Plantation Museums” has been indispensable to me for providing a clear and justice-oriented structure for understanding the impact of story-telling at historic sites that intersect with the antebellum era. The tour guide at Evergreen was knowledgeable, skilled and entertaining (even when it came to pointing out the ways the site has been used as a set for filming Django Unchained and Roots). However my first visit to a Louisiana plantation was the Whitney and I would urge anyone who visits New Orleans to take time to visit that site in particular as the staff and founder have taken great pains to center the narratives and legacy of enslaved peoples. ⬜️⬜️⬜️⬜️#jennifereichstedt #stephensmall #plantationmuseum
  • Some views from Evergreen Plantation tour. It’s right next door to Whitney Plantation which I toured w/ my Joan Mitchell residency comrades back in 2015. Evergreen is a relatively intact example of a River Road plantation with extant slave quarters and all the antebellum trimmings found in the main house and grounds. I have to say that I always enjoy touring historic homes and find the presentation of the historical narrative worthy of critique - in the case of plantations, the book, “Representations of Slavery: Race and Ideology in Southern Plantation Museums” has been indispensable to me for providing a clear and justice-oriented structure for understanding the impact of story-telling at historic sites that intersect with the antebellum era. The tour guide at Evergreen was knowledgeable, skilled and entertaining (even when it came to pointing out the ways the site has been used as a set for filming Django Unchained and Roots). However my first visit to a Louisiana plantation was the Whitney and I would urge anyone who visits New Orleans to take time to visit that site in particular as the staff and founder have taken great pains to center the narratives and legacy of enslaved peoples. ⬜️⬜️⬜️⬜️ #jennifereichstedt #stephensmall #plantationmuseum
  •  46  2  17 October, 2018
  • Thank you Stephen Small for an inspiring and interactive conversation on Monday! And thanks to all of the guests for attending 👏🏽📚
  • Thank you Stephen Small for an inspiring and interactive conversation on Monday! And thanks to all of the guests for attending 👏🏽📚
  •  12  1  16 May, 2018
  • Happy Sunday! IHRC are hosting Stephen A. Small on Monday 14 May for an author evening
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Stephen Small, Ph.D. is Professor of African American Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, where he has taught since 1995. His research focuses on the African Diaspora, and on Public History and Collective Memory of slavery. He teaches courses on race, class and gender, globalization, and the African Diaspora. He has held visiting positions in the UK, France, the Netherlands and Brazil. He was director of Education Abroad Programs in France (2002-2004); in Spain, )2013-2015: and Visiting Professor at the University of Amsterdam, (2010-2015). He was born and raised in Liverpool, and has lived in the United States for more than 30 years.
  • Happy Sunday! IHRC are hosting Stephen A. Small on Monday 14 May for an author evening
    ——
    Stephen Small, Ph.D. is Professor of African American Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, where he has taught since 1995. His research focuses on the African Diaspora, and on Public History and Collective Memory of slavery. He teaches courses on race, class and gender, globalization, and the African Diaspora. He has held visiting positions in the UK, France, the Netherlands and Brazil. He was director of Education Abroad Programs in France (2002-2004); in Spain, )2013-2015: and Visiting Professor at the University of Amsterdam, (2010-2015). He was born and raised in Liverpool, and has lived in the United States for more than 30 years.
  •  21  4  29 April, 2018
  • Our next author evening will be taking place on Monday 14 May with Stephen Small, Professor of African American Studies at University of California, Berkeley ———
‘20 Questions and Answers on Black Europe’ puts Black people in Europe at the center of analysis, defines and interrogates the key aspects of Black Europe, and describes and elaborates the circumstances of Black people across twelve nations in Europe. Who are we, how did we get here, (historically) where are we located, what are our economic, political and social circumstances? What are our main organizations, what are our priorities and what actions, activities are we involved in – what is our agency – to confront institutional racism and achieve social justice. ———
The primary focus is on citizenship and institutional racism – rather than on immigration and assimilation. An analysis of gender is at the core of the book and how gender ideologies and institutional practices shape citizenship, politics, social inequality; as well as describing the main Black women’s organizations, their activities and priorities for knowledge production and social justice.
  • Our next author evening will be taking place on Monday 14 May with Stephen Small, Professor of African American Studies at University of California, Berkeley ———
    ‘20 Questions and Answers on Black Europe’ puts Black people in Europe at the center of analysis, defines and interrogates the key aspects of Black Europe, and describes and elaborates the circumstances of Black people across twelve nations in Europe. Who are we, how did we get here, (historically) where are we located, what are our economic, political and social circumstances? What are our main organizations, what are our priorities and what actions, activities are we involved in – what is our agency – to confront institutional racism and achieve social justice. ———
    The primary focus is on citizenship and institutional racism – rather than on immigration and assimilation. An analysis of gender is at the core of the book and how gender ideologies and institutional practices shape citizenship, politics, social inequality; as well as describing the main Black women’s organizations, their activities and priorities for knowledge production and social justice.
  •  14  2  25 April, 2018
  • Channelling Biggie Smalls this morning. It's sentencing day at Maroochydore.  Let's hope a proper message is delivered to this particular miscreant. 
#biggiesmalls #stephensmall #rip #Noosa
  • Channelling Biggie Smalls this morning. It's sentencing day at Maroochydore. Let's hope a proper message is delivered to this particular miscreant.
    #biggiesmalls #stephensmall #rip #Noosa
  •  135  0  28 June, 2017

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  • Some views from Evergreen Plantation tour. It’s right next door to Whitney Plantation which I toured w/ my Joan Mitchell residency comrades back in 2015. Evergreen is a relatively intact example of a River Road plantation with extant slave quarters and all the antebellum trimmings found in the main house and grounds. I have to say that I always enjoy touring historic homes and find the presentation of the historical narrative worthy of critique - in the case of plantations, the book, “Representations of Slavery: Race and Ideology in Southern Plantation Museums” has been indispensable to me for providing a clear and justice-oriented structure for understanding the impact of story-telling at historic sites that intersect with the antebellum era. The tour guide at Evergreen was knowledgeable, skilled and entertaining (even when it came to pointing out the ways the site has been used as a set for filming Django Unchained and Roots). However my first visit to a Louisiana plantation was the Whitney and I would urge anyone who visits New Orleans to take time to visit that site in particular as the staff and founder have taken great pains to center the narratives and legacy of enslaved peoples. ⬜️⬜️⬜️⬜️#jennifereichstedt #stephensmall #plantationmuseum
  • Some views from Evergreen Plantation tour. It’s right next door to Whitney Plantation which I toured w/ my Joan Mitchell residency comrades back in 2015. Evergreen is a relatively intact example of a River Road plantation with extant slave quarters and all the antebellum trimmings found in the main house and grounds. I have to say that I always enjoy touring historic homes and find the presentation of the historical narrative worthy of critique - in the case of plantations, the book, “Representations of Slavery: Race and Ideology in Southern Plantation Museums” has been indispensable to me for providing a clear and justice-oriented structure for understanding the impact of story-telling at historic sites that intersect with the antebellum era. The tour guide at Evergreen was knowledgeable, skilled and entertaining (even when it came to pointing out the ways the site has been used as a set for filming Django Unchained and Roots). However my first visit to a Louisiana plantation was the Whitney and I would urge anyone who visits New Orleans to take time to visit that site in particular as the staff and founder have taken great pains to center the narratives and legacy of enslaved peoples. ⬜️⬜️⬜️⬜️ #jennifereichstedt #stephensmall #plantationmuseum
  •  46  2  17 October, 2018
  • Our next author evening will be taking place on Monday 14 May with Stephen Small, Professor of African American Studies at University of California, Berkeley ———
‘20 Questions and Answers on Black Europe’ puts Black people in Europe at the center of analysis, defines and interrogates the key aspects of Black Europe, and describes and elaborates the circumstances of Black people across twelve nations in Europe. Who are we, how did we get here, (historically) where are we located, what are our economic, political and social circumstances? What are our main organizations, what are our priorities and what actions, activities are we involved in – what is our agency – to confront institutional racism and achieve social justice. ———
The primary focus is on citizenship and institutional racism – rather than on immigration and assimilation. An analysis of gender is at the core of the book and how gender ideologies and institutional practices shape citizenship, politics, social inequality; as well as describing the main Black women’s organizations, their activities and priorities for knowledge production and social justice.
  • Our next author evening will be taking place on Monday 14 May with Stephen Small, Professor of African American Studies at University of California, Berkeley ———
    ‘20 Questions and Answers on Black Europe’ puts Black people in Europe at the center of analysis, defines and interrogates the key aspects of Black Europe, and describes and elaborates the circumstances of Black people across twelve nations in Europe. Who are we, how did we get here, (historically) where are we located, what are our economic, political and social circumstances? What are our main organizations, what are our priorities and what actions, activities are we involved in – what is our agency – to confront institutional racism and achieve social justice. ———
    The primary focus is on citizenship and institutional racism – rather than on immigration and assimilation. An analysis of gender is at the core of the book and how gender ideologies and institutional practices shape citizenship, politics, social inequality; as well as describing the main Black women’s organizations, their activities and priorities for knowledge production and social justice.
  •  14  2  25 April, 2018
  • Happy Sunday! IHRC are hosting Stephen A. Small on Monday 14 May for an author evening
——
Stephen Small, Ph.D. is Professor of African American Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, where he has taught since 1995. His research focuses on the African Diaspora, and on Public History and Collective Memory of slavery. He teaches courses on race, class and gender, globalization, and the African Diaspora. He has held visiting positions in the UK, France, the Netherlands and Brazil. He was director of Education Abroad Programs in France (2002-2004); in Spain, )2013-2015: and Visiting Professor at the University of Amsterdam, (2010-2015). He was born and raised in Liverpool, and has lived in the United States for more than 30 years.
  • Happy Sunday! IHRC are hosting Stephen A. Small on Monday 14 May for an author evening
    ——
    Stephen Small, Ph.D. is Professor of African American Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, where he has taught since 1995. His research focuses on the African Diaspora, and on Public History and Collective Memory of slavery. He teaches courses on race, class and gender, globalization, and the African Diaspora. He has held visiting positions in the UK, France, the Netherlands and Brazil. He was director of Education Abroad Programs in France (2002-2004); in Spain, )2013-2015: and Visiting Professor at the University of Amsterdam, (2010-2015). He was born and raised in Liverpool, and has lived in the United States for more than 30 years.
  •  21  4  29 April, 2018
  • Thank you Stephen Small for an inspiring and interactive conversation on Monday! And thanks to all of the guests for attending 👏🏽📚
  • Thank you Stephen Small for an inspiring and interactive conversation on Monday! And thanks to all of the guests for attending 👏🏽📚
  •  12  1  16 May, 2018