University of Mississippi

Brown Bag: “Relationships in Bondage: Antebellum and Civil War Southern Jewish Women…”

October 9, 2013 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Tupelo Room, Barnard Observatory

The Brown Bag Luncheon Series takes place each Wednesday at noon in the Barnard Observatory Lecture Hall during the regular academic year.

“Relationships in Bondage: Antebellum and Civil War Southern Jewish Women and Their Relationships with Enslaved African Americans”

Jennifer A. Stollman is the Academic Director at the William WInter Institute for Racial Reconciliation housed at the University of Mississippi. Carrying 18 years of teaching in higher education, she is responsible for developing formal and informal curriculum, professional development as it relates to diversity literacy, creating scholarship on race and other intersecting identities, and community development. Her research interests include the construction and deployment of individual and collective identity, the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, and scholar/activism.