About this Event
In this presentation sponsored by the American Antiquarian Society, archivists and other scholars present materials contextualizing Phillis Wheatley Peters, her world, and her legacies as seen in print artifacts. Participants include AAS vice president for programs Nan Wolverton, Sarah Ruffing Robbins of Texas Christian University, Barbara McCaskill of UGA, and members of the AAS staff.
This event is part of The Genius of Phillis Wheatley Peters: A Poet and Her Legacies, a year-long partnership project by the University of Georgia and TCU on the occasion of the 250th anniversary of the 1773 publication of Wheatley’s Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral. It is also part of the UGA Humanities Festival.
Registration for this online event is required and will be available here soon.