FPUL Small Talk with Martha A. Sandweiss: "Princeton's Southern Roots: The Princeton and Slavery Project"
“Princeton’s Southern Roots: The Princeton and Slavery Project”
Martha A. Sandweiss, Professor of History.
Martha A. Sandweiss is a historian of the United States, with particular interests in the history of the American West, visual culture, and public history. She received her Ph.D. in History from Yale University, and joined the Princeton faculty in 2009. At Princeton, Sandweiss teaches courses on the history of the American West and on narrative writing, and currently heads a research project on Princeton and Slavery
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