Great conference, but what terrible timing: a freakishly beautiful and warm April Saturday and we spent all day inside learning about "Media in Chinese Politics" at Harvard's Fairbank Center. Indoors, in an underground lecture hall! Actually, it wasn't all day. In the morning we enjoyed breakfast on the hotel terrace, watching the rowing crews. In the evening, a walk across Cambridge to dinner with a number of renowned scholars. I spent a while in the morning puzzling over something called the "eluding the cat case" but I finally got online [...]
Here are PDFs (thanks to Scott Eldrige and Marcy Ross) of pages about Esther Dozier and the Clinton AME Zion Church from the two books published in 2006 by Berkshire: From Sewing Circles, Dime Suppers, and W.E.B. Du Bois, by David Levinson From the African American Heritage Trail, edited by David Levinson, Rachel Fletcher, et al.