Feb. 22, 2008
OGDEN, Utah – Frederick Knight, assistant professor of history at Colorado State University, will speak Feb. 27 in conjunction with Weber State University’s observance of Black History Month.
Knight’s presentation, “Natural Worship: Slavery, the Environment, and Black Consciousness in Antebellum South,” is part of WSU’s History Lecture Series.
The event will take place from 1:30-3:30 p.m. in the Lindquist Alumni Center on WSU’s Ogden Campus and is free to the public.
Knight is the author of two recent publications: “Labor in the Slave Community” (2006) and “In An Ocean of Blue: West African Indigo Workers in the Atlantic World to 1800” (2005). His current research interests include African workers on Anglo-American slave plantations and Black visions of the natural world.
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