To enable more informed conversations among participants and attendees during the conference, below you will find papers to complement the speakers' presentations.
Dylan Penningroth, Faith and Property in African American History
Deborah Gray White, From New Negro to Post-Black: Shifts in Black Identity
Thavolia Glymph, “Between Slavery and Freedom”: Rethinking the Slaves’ War
Leslie M. Harris, What Makes a Successful City? The View from African American History
Joe William Trotter, Jr., Shifting Perspectives on Segregation in the Emerging Postindustrial Age
Adrienne Monteith Petty, African Americans and the Enduring Quest for Land
Anthea Butler, African American Religion outside of the Black Church
Eddie S. Glaude, Jr., The Category of "African American Religion"
Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham, The Bible Politics of the Black Freedom Struggle
Judith Weisenfeld, Sites and Sources for the Study of the African American Religious Past
T. Ruby Patterson Myers, Forging Freedoms: Internationalization of African American History
Barbara D. Savage, Professor Merze Tate: Diplomatic Historian, Cosmopolitan Woman
Dolores Hayden, The Shapes of Time
George W. McDaniel, To Uplift Our Hearts: Building Bridges through Historic Preservation