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Black History Lecture Series: The Harlem Renaissance 068 CourseCatalog/images/new.gif

From 1919 to 1929, as the poet Langston Hughes wrote, " Harlem was in vogue.: Black painters and sculptors followed their fellow poets, novelists, dramatists, and musicians in an artisitic outpouring that established Harlem as the international capital of Black culture.  Participants attending this lecture will discuss the formation of the Harlem Renaissance which lasted only a decade, and how a "New Negro Movement" had evolved, with a personality cyrstallized by both World War I and the Great Migration.   We will also study how the legacy of the Harlem Renaissance has been a cultural separatism that to this day persistently lingers in the history of American Art.

Sessions:  1
Date:  2/9/2019
Meeting Time:  Saturday 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location:  University of CT UConn-Room TBA
Instructor:  Valerie Cooper
Fees: 
$41.00   (Class Fee)
Discounts & Other Fees:
$10 Non Resident Fee
Note: Class has been CANCELED

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