Race, Gender, and Rights: Histories of the Practice of Democratic Citizenship

October 19, 2020

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Presented by Clements Library

The United States Constitution does not define who gets to be a citizen or what citizenship means. Citizenship has been defined over time. The U-M Clements Library and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences hosted a virtual panel discussion with Derrick Spires of Cornell University and Martha Jones of Johns Hopkins University. The discussion was moderated by Ben Vinson III, Provost of Case Western Reserve University.

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