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Dr. Cassia Roth awarded NEH Fellowship

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Cassia Roth

Congratulations to Dr. Cassia Roth for her recently announced NEH Fellowship, for research on "Enslaved Women, Reproduction, and the Gradual End of Slavery in Nineteenth-century Brazil."

Roth is featured in January news from the University of Georgia's Willson Center, in "Where am I?" See the video link below.

From the Wilson Center -

         Where am I? is a series of brief video talks by humanities and arts faculty, students, and community      members at the University of Georgia who share their research, creations, conversations and personal reflections. Here, Cassia Roth, assistant professor of history and Latin American and Caribbean studies, discusses her book A Miscarriage of Justice: Women’s Reproductive Lives and the Law in Early Twentieth-Century Brazil and the ongoing research that has led her to a newly awarded fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities for the project “Birthing Abolition: Enslaved Women, Reproduction, and the Gradual End of Slavery in Nineteenth-century Brazil.”

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Associate Professor in History & Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute,, Director of Graduate Studies
Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - 2:54pm

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