Mark Twain and James Redpath both, in the years surrounding the American Civil War, denounced police forces for violently oppressing people of color.
Lectures start Wednesday, October 7 and our available on MarkTwainStudies.org
All lectures will be available on our website at no cost
The conversation takes place on Thursday, August 20 at 5:30pm EST
A podcast tour of Elmira, listeners are introduced to the legacies of the Park Church, Woodlawn Cemetery, and Quarry Farm, as well as a cast of characters from the Underground Railroad, Women’s Rights Movement, and, of course, Mark Twain’s in-laws.
For the registration form and full Institute schedule, click here. The Center for Mark Twain Studies is once again collaborating with the Schuyler-Chemung- Tioga-Corning Teachers’ Center to offer the 2018 Summer Teachers’ Institute in July (Tuesday, July 10 and Wednesday, July 11). This two-day institute is held in the Gannett-Tripp Library on the Elmira College campus and at Quarry Farm. The theme this year is “Mark Twain In Color.” Join […]