The Power of Oral Histories: Remembering and Recording Everyday Voices

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This event will be American Sign Language (ASL) accessible. Creator of the Haitian American Museum of Chicago (HAMOC)'s Oral History Collection, Dr. Courtney Joseph will discuss her experience with conducting the interviews that are at the core of her first book. Join us to learn about her methodology and the importance of oral histories. PLUS […]

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NHM Virtual Book Club – The Turnaround

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Join the National Hellenic Museum at NHM Virtual Book Club, facilitated by NHM Resident Scholar Dr. Katherine Kelaidis & NHM Manager of Special Events Cairo Dye.  Each month the NHM Book Club will choose a book that is either inspired by the Hellenic legacy or by a Greek American author (and sometimes both!). Then we will […]

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Haitian Vodou Spiritualities

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Join the Haitian American Museum of Chicago (HAMOC) in collaboration with the University of Arkansas' Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Programming Committee for a lecture featuring HAMOC Board Member Dr. Karen Richman.

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The Power of Maroon Epistemologies: Kongo-Ngola Survivals in Virginia, Haiti, Guadeloupe, and Illinois

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Join Anthropologist Dr. Edward Davis for his lecture via Zoom presented by the Haitian American Museum of Chicago (HAMOC). About this Event The Power of Maroon Epistemologies: Kongo-Ngola Survivals in Virginia, Haiti, Guadeloupe, and Illinois is a conversation about maroonage, survival and slave resistance in the Americas. Q&A session with Dr. Davis immediately following the presentation. […]

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NHM Virtual Book Club – Mythos

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Join the National Hellenic Museum at NHM Virtual Book Club, facilitated by NHM Resident Scholar Dr. Katherine Kelaidis & NHM Manager of Special Events Cairo Dye.  Each month the NHM Book Club will choose a book that is either inspired by the Hellenic legacy or by a Greek American author (and sometimes both!). Then we will […]

Free