Lecture and book talk on Great Dismal Swamp delivered by Daniel Sayers on March 30! (note date change from March 23)

Dan O. Sayers, Associate Professor of Anthropology at American University, poses for a portrait near one of his former research sites on the North Carolina side of the Great Dismal Swamp, which straddles the border of southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina, March 19, 2016. Sayers has been the leading voice in support of the concept that large populations of escaped slaves lived deep in the recesses of the swamp for hundreds of years. His dig sites have turned up artifacts consistent with this theory. (photo by Allison Shelley for Smithsonian magazine)

American University Professor, Daniel Sayers to deliver Spring 2017 African Diaspora Lecture On Thursday, March 30 (please note date change from March 23) at 7pm, Dr. Daniel Sayers will deliver the Spring 2017 African Diaspora Lecture. The lecture, also part of the Stone Center’s Writer’s Discussion series, will focus on the subject of Sayer’s book, […]

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