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Explore Mark Twain's evolution on issues of race and white supremacy
Clemens Conversations: How to Reform a Conscience
Virtual interactive lectures, document discussions, & ongoing research
Wednesday, August 18, 2021 at 3:00PM
Virtual via our Virtual Platform
351 Farmington Ave
This event takes place in Zoom. We will send link after you have bought your ticket.
Clemens Conversations: How To Reform A Conscience
Wednesday July 12 at 12 PM (Noon) ET
$8 per virtual connection
Mark Twain described Adventures of Huckleberry Finn as “a book of mine where a sound heart and a deformed conscience come into collision and conscience suffers defeat.” This 75 minute document-based discussion considers how Twain came to recognize the way his own conscience was “deformed” with regards to racism and white supremacy, and explores the ways he successfully – and not-so-successfully – worked to reform it.
Clemens Conversations are hosted on Zoom. Once you purchase your ticket, keep an eye out for an emailed receipt, which will contain a link to register for the Zoom session.
In order to facilitate free conversation among attendees, these sessions are not recorded and will not be available for viewing after the event.