The Fourth Howard F. Mahan Lecture - January 28, 2004

Jacqueline Jones

Jacqueline Jones, who holds the Harry S. Truman professorship of American Civilization at Brandeis University, is one of the nation's leading social historians. Her teaching and research encompass the history of African-Americans, labor, women, the family, and the history of the American South.
Professor Clarence L. Mohr

Professor Clarence L. Mohr, chair of the USA Department of History, introduces Professor Jacqueline Jones as the Fourth Annual Howard F. Mahan Lecturer.
  USA History Graduate Students

USA History Graduate Students (left to right) Roy Dumas, Rebecca Bond, and Angie Tomlinson socialize at the reception immediately after the Fourth Howard F. Mahan Lecture.

Lecture crowd filling the Laidlaw Performing Arts Auditorium

Lecture crowd filling the Laidlaw Performing Arts Auditorium.