This English course taught by Associate Professor of English Christina Zwarg uses the spectacular life and death of John Brown to examine issues, such as the place of violence in the cause of liberty and the roles of race and gender in the construction of emancipatory rhetoric, in a diverse set of texts produced across two centuries.
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