ONLINE: Abraham Lincoln and the American Experiment: A Conversation with David M. Rubenstein and Thavolia Glymph
David M. Rubenstein T’70 P’15 and Peabody Family Distinguished Professor of History Thavolia Glymph P'11 discuss Abraham Lincoln’s contributions to shaping the beliefs and values that define the United States. Hosted by the Duke University Library and co-sponsored by Duke Black Alumni.
This event is part of a series accompanying our new exhibition in the Mary Duke Biddle Room, “To Stand by the Side of Freedom”: Abraham Lincoln and 19th-Century America, featuring rare and unique materials from the David M. Rubenstein Americana Collection. Special thanks to David M. Rubenstein for making this exhibition possible and related programming possible.
Note: This event was originally planned to occur in-person but has been moved online.
Please register below to attend. Zoom details to participate will be sent to all registrants prior to the event.