The history department will host a 30 minute conversation with Black History Scholar Erica Armstrong Dunbar, African American historian, author, and Charles and Mary Beard Professor of History at Rutgers University.
All History majors and minors and minority students are invited to come learn about her research and book Never Caught: The Washington's' Relentless Pursuit of Their Runaway Slave, Ona Judge.
Guest speaker for annual Black History Month lecture will be Dr. Erica Dunbar.
Dr. Dunbar is a historian and writer focusing on the African American experience.
To read more on Dr. Dunbar visit her website.
‘S Wonderful! 'S Marvelous! The glamorous '20s come roaring back to life when a transatlantic aviator falls for a bathing beauty. Their romantic pursuit is sidetracked by a series of zany escapades but together they navigate their way to a happy ending. Winner of three Tony Awards, this tap dance spectacular with an incomparable Gershwin score - "'S Wonderful," "Funny Face," "Kickin' The Clouds Away," and more - will have you floating on air!
Directed by Ann Neiman
Choreographed by John Scacchetti
Music Direction by David Sisco
Contact the Wagner College Box Office online or by phone at 718-390-3259 for tickets.