Watch our feature video produced by the Tennis Channel for the Western Southern Open:
Lecture Series - Sunday, October 8th 4 p.m.
“A Lighthouse Symbolizing Good Will:” Race Relations, Civil Rights and Black History in the Making of the Harriet Beecher Stowe House
During World War II and the postwar years in Cincinnati, an interracial citizen’s group campaigned to create a historic site dedicated to Harriet Beecher Stowe. Their activism carried the legacy of the antislavery movement into the 20th century.
David Sandor, the speaker for this fascinating look at the creation of an historic site tied to anti-slavery, is a volunteer at the Harriet Beecher Stowe House
Free and Open to the Public.
Announcing Our Fall Book Discussion Series: Visiting Uncle Tom's Cabin
Discussions led by John Getz, PhD
Professor Emeritus, English Department, Xavier University
House open for tours at 6:00 pm
Discussion at 7:00 pm
Join us for one session or all!
Free and open to the public
Wednesday, September 13:
Kentucky in Uncle Tom’s Cabin: The Shelby Farm
(suggested reading – chapters 1-5)
Wednesday, October 18:
“But stronger than all was maternal love”:
Eliza and Her Escape
(suggested reading – chapters 6-9)
Wednesday, November 15:
“Small House of Uncle Thomas”: "Tom Shows" on Stage from Stowe’s Time to The King and I
(suggested reading – chapters 14-16, 20, 22, 24-27)
Wednesday, December 13:
“Uncle Tom”: From Stowe’s Character to a Modern Insult
Dr. Tyrone Williams, Professor of English, Xavier University, discussion co-leader
(suggested reading – chapters 28, 33, 38, 40-41)
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