Hall Center For The Humanities


Michael Rogin
Political Science, University of California at Berkeley

"'Democracy and Burnt Cork': The End of Blackface and the Beginning of Civil Rights"
Humanities Lecture Series

Thu., Feb. 3, 1994, 12:00am
Michael Rogin is the author of numerous articles and books on American culture and politics from the Jacksonian period to the present, and on the political and ideological aspects of cultural media, notably literature and film. His current work focuses on the racial foundation of American identity.

In conjunction with his lecture, Rogin led two colloquia: "Racial Masquerade: Cross-Dressing and Ethnic Assimilation" and "Contaminated Origins: Racial Foundations of American Identity."

February 3, 1994
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