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September Series with Dr. Dixon
The Department of Sociology's Dr. Fredrick Dixon presented "Examining the Blueprint of the Civil Rights Movement: Deconstructing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Facing the Challenge of a New Age Speech (1957)" as the second installment of the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences's "September Series" in Hemphill Hall Thursday, September 7.
The September Series is a brown bag lunch event spotlighting the breadth of research taking place in the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences, and introducing new faculty.
Dr. Dixon comes to the Department of Sociology this year as Director of the African American Studies minor.
Next up in the September Series: Dr. Anthony Guidone of the History Department presents "The Empire City: A Global History of Salem, Massachusetts" Wednesday, September 13 at 12 noon in HH 4700.