“Unfree Memories” Conference co-sponsored by CHAPS and British Studies

On February 22, 2019, the CHAPS program (a part of the Art History Department) along with the Rutgers Center for British Studies, hosted four speakers who discussed the material remains of slavery in various contexts, ranging from Brazil to Ghana. 

The event included a walking tour sponsored by the Scarlet and Black program; the tour leaders are undergraduate students attuned to teaching a wider public about the history of disenfranchised peoples. One of them, June Titus, is an art history, history, and women's and gender studies triple major.

unfree memories photograph