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    Puritans and Religious Freedom

    Professor Kevin Gooding talked about the Puritans in early colonial America and the idea of religious freedom, in particular how the Puritans dealt with those who dissented from the group’s…

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    Emmett Till and Great Migration Families

    Professor Krystal Frazier talked about the complexities of family life for African Americans in the North as well as the South during the mid-20th century. She spoke about the circulation of family…

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    Indian Slave Trade in the Colonial South

    Professor Tyler Boulware talked about Indian slave trade in the South between 1670 and 1720. Spurred by trade with European settlers, tribes like the Chickasaw raided neighbors for captives more…

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    Media Coverage of West Virginia Mining Disaster

    Reporters who covered the Sago mining disaster in West Virginia the previous month discussed coverage of the story, including the misinformation reported about the survival of the miners. Topics…

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    Women Correspondents in Vietnam

    Female war correspondents spoke about their motivations for going to Vietnam, their experiences in Vietnam, attitudes toward women journalists, and about the experience of war. After their…

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    The American Constitutional Experience

    Chief Justice Rehnquist talked about the process of judicial review and examined historical cases which had focused public attention on the Supreme Court and caused public controversy.

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