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    From left: Sarah Kenehan, Ph.D., executive director of the Gail and Francis Slattery Center for Ignatian Humanities; Elizabeth Hinton, Ph.D.; Sondra Myers, director of the Schemel Forum; Michelle ]Maldonado, Ph.D., interim provost and senior vice president for academic affairs.

    Author Elizabeth Hinton, Ph.D., Spoke at University

    From left: Sarah Kenehan, Ph.D., executive director of the Gail and Francis Slattery Center for Ignatian Humanities; Elizabeth Hinton, Ph.D.; Sondra Myers, director of the Schemel Forum; Michelle ]Maldonado, Ph.D., interim provost and senior vice president for academic affairs.
    November 17, 2022

    Author and historian Elizabeth Hinton, Ph.D., presented “Riot or Rebellion?: The Meaning of Violent Protest from the 1960s to George Floyd” at this year’s Slattery Center for Ignatian Humanities’ Myers Distinguished Visiting Fellow Lecture last month. Dr. Hinton is an associate professor in the Department of History and the Department of African American Studies at Yale University, with a secondary appointment as professor of law at Yale Law School. Her research focuses on the persistence of poverty, racial inequality and urban violence in the 20th century United States.

    The annual lecture is named after community leaders Sondra and Morey Myers.

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