Christy Clark-Pujara speaks at the OAH Annual Conference

Department Chair and Professor of African American Studies, Christy Clark-Pujara, attended the Organization of American Historians (OAH) Annual Conference in New Orleans last week and participated in the Roundtable “The Black Midwest and Public Dialogue: Reclaiming Black History to Serve the Present”.



Crystal Moten, a UW-Madison African American Studies Alum and current Curator of Collections and Exhibitions at the Obama Presidential Center Museum in Chicago, IL, hosted the Roundtable and was also accompanied by Ashley Howard (Universityof Iowa), James Levy (Race and Place Coalition, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee; U.S. Race and ethnicity, public history), and Eugene Tesdahl (University of Wisconsin–Platteville).