Paul Frymer on 19th Century policies to remove Natives & African Americans

Location 
Goldberg Room 297, Boalt Hall, Berkeley Law School, UC Berkeley
Date 
December 01, 2017
Time 
12pm - 1:30pm

Professor Paul Frymer of Princeton University is set to speak on "The Politics of Mass Deportation in the United States: State Authority, Public Activism, and Government Removal Policies Targeting Native Americans and African Americans in the 19th Century"

​Paul Frymer is a professor of Politics and the Director of the Program in Law and Public Affairs at Princeton University.​

This talk is a part of a new colloquium series launched by the Haas Institute called "Research to Impact."

Read more about the series and see a list of upcoming speakers here.