Gilder Lehrman Center Event Photos
- Class photograph of the recently concluded Slave Narratives summer seminar
- Dedication of the Charleston Memorial Day Site
- "The History and Art of Capoeira"
- Beyond Amistad: The African American Struggle for Citizenship, 1770-1850 (July Workshop)
- Beyond Amistad: The African American Struggle for Citizenship, 1770-1850 (June Workshop)
- Robert P. Forbes, The Missouri Compromise and Its Aftermath: Slavery and the Meaning of America
- David Richardson, Principles and Agents: The British Slave Trade and Its Abolition
- The Eighth Annual Frederick Douglass Book Prize Dinner, honoring Rebecca J. Scott, for Degrees of Freedom: Louisiana and Cuba after Slavery
- Susan O’Donovan, Trunk Lines, Land Lines, and Local Exchanges: Operationalizing the "Grapevine Telegraph"
- Anna Mae Duane, Performing Freedom in Antebellum New York: The New York African Free School
- Slavery & Public History: An International Symposium
- James Walvin, How Should We Remember the Slave Trade?: 2007 and Public History
- Working Group: Slavery in the Historical, Artistic, and Literary Imagination
- Jeffrey Herf and Michael O’Brien, Racial Ideologies: A Comparative Panel Discussion on 19th-Century American Pro-Slavery Arguments and 20th-Century Nazi Propaganda
- Passages to Freedom: Abolition and the Underground Railroad
- Richard J. Blackett, "The Global Garrison: America's Premier Radical Abolitionist and the International Response"
- Lois Brown, "William Lloyd Garrison and Emancipatory Feminism in 19th-Century America"
- David Brion Davis book talk for Inhuman Bondage: The Rise and Fall of Slavery in the New World, at Labyrinth Books, March 23, 2006
- The Seventh Annual Frederick Douglass Book Prize Dinner, honoring Laurent Dubois for A Colony of Citizens
- Bruce Laurie, "Putting Politics Back In: Rethinking the Problem of Political Abolitionism"
- Sounds of Afrika visit Timothy Dwight Elementary School
- James Brewer Stewart, "Repoliticizing the Abolitionists in Our Age of Fundamentalist Politics"
- Elizabeth Alexander, Associate Professor in African-American Studies at Yale University, reads from her epic poem “Amistad.”
- Preserving Gullah Traditions and Culture through Language. The Twenty-Third Annual Penn Center Heritage Days Celebration, November 10-13, 2005.
- Repairing the Past: Confronting the Legacies of Slavery, Genocide, & Caste
The Seventh Annual International Conference of the Gilder Lehrman Center.
- Working Group on "Slavery and the Historical, Literary, and Artistic Imagination".
- Writing Harriet Jacobs: A Life, Jean Fagin Yellin.
- Inhuman Bondage: The Rise and Fall of Slavery in the New World, David Brion Davis.
- Alternative Parents: Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemmings, Clarence Walker.
- Students from Baltimore Maryland’s Living Classroom Foundation visit Gilder Lehrman Center.
- The Sixth Annual Frederick Douglass Book Prize Dinner honoring Jean Fagin Yellin.
- Priscilla's Homecoming: A Gullah Woman Finds Her Roots in Sierra Leone, with Joe Opala.
- First Annual David Brion Davis Lecture Series, with Joseph Miller.