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Preservation Long Island - Roundtable #2: The Voice of Jupiter Hammon

September 19, 2020

Born into slavery on Long Island and educated alongside his future enslaver, Jupiter Hammon (1711–ca. 1806) endured the American Revolution and witnessed the founding of a new nation. Through an analysis of Hammon’s own words, this virtual roundtable will explore how Hammon’s religious beliefs influenced his thoughts about freedom and equality; writing and the exchange of ideas as an act of resistance; and the importance of Jupiter’s works to understanding American history and literature.

What do Jupiter Hammon’s writings tell us about him as an educated individual surviving within the structure of enslavement?

Co-Host: Suffolk County Historical Society, Riverhead

Panelists:
  • Jesse Erickson, PhD, Assistant Professor and Senior Assistant Librarian, University of Delaware.
  • Malik Work, NYC based actor-teacher-writer-emcee, founding member of the jazz/hip hop conglomerate: The Real Live Show
  • Phillip M. Richards, PhD, Professor of English (emeritus), Colgate University

 
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Email: info@preservationlongisland.org
   



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