The Triangle African American History Colloquium (TAAHC) hosts
The Fourth Annual New Perspectives on African American History and Culture Conference February 26-27, 2010
“The Triangle African American History Colloquium (TAAHC) is a student-based organization at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill which was founded in January 2005 for the purpose of bringing together students, staff, and faculty who have an interest in African American history and culture. The group emerged from a shared desire to draw attention to research and resources related to black history. Our objectives are fourfold: to link undergraduate and graduate students and faculty across disciplines who share common research interests related to black history and culture; to build reciprocal working networks among students and faculty at UNC and our colleagues on campuses across the Triangle; to raise awareness regarding existing resources on campus and in the larger community related to African American history; and to raise the profile of African American history as a field of study at UNC and other area institutions.
Registration is free and open to the public. Participants will find name tags, programs, and other materials at the registration table on the first floor of Hyde Hall where the majority of the conference events will take place.”
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