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Monuments, Memory and White Supremacy: Historians Respond to Your Questions

Please join the UMass Amherst History Department for a forum exploring monuments, historical memory and white supremacy. The panel will be comprised of UMass Amherst, and Five College history faculty, and will explore these issues in U.S. and international context. As the subtitle indicates, the conversation will be organized around questions from students and community members. Please use this form to submit questions. The priority deadline for questions is Monday, October 23. The panelists will take additional questions and follow-up responses at the event. 

Panelists

Alon Confino, Professor of History and Jewish Studies and Pen Tishkach Chair of Holocaust Studies, and Director of the Institute for Holocaust, Genocide and Memory Studies, UMass Amherst
David Glassberg, Professor of History and Interim Co-Director of the Public History Program, UMass Amherst
Jon Olsen, Associate Professor of History and Interim Co-Director of the Public History Program, UMass Amherst
Christopher Tinson, Associate Professor of Africana Studies and History, Hampshire College
Alice Nash, Associate Professor of History , UMass Amherst
Brian Ogilvie (moderator), Professor of History and Chair of the History Department, UMass Amherst

Directions, Parking, and Accessability

The Old Chapel is located at 144 Hicks Way, which is a short distance from the Campus Parking Garage. The garage is off of Commonwealth Ave (1 Campus Center Way) and is $1.75/hour. The Old Chapel is wheelchair accessible. More information: Bus ScheduleAccessible ParkingCampus Map with the Location Circled.