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Chicago Renaissance Celebrated

Professor Emeritus Robert Bone coined the term the Chicago Renaissance to describe the dramatic flowering of African-American culture in Chicago in the 1930s and 40s. Professor Bone was a featured lecturer at a symposium at Agnes Scott College from November 6-8, where scholars from literature, musicology, women's studies and African-American studies gathered to examine the music, artists and literary figures of the Chicago Renaissance.

Professor Emeritus Robert Bone coined the term the Chicago Renaissance to describe the dramatic flowering of African-American culture in Chicago in the 1930s and 40s. Professor Bone was a featured lecturer at a symposium at Agnes Scott College from November 6-8, where scholars from literature, musicology, women's studies and African-American studies gathered to examine the music, artists and literary figures of the Chicago Renaissance.

Published Sunday, Apr. 7, 2002

Chicago Renaissance Celebrated

Professor Emeritus Robert Bone coined the term the Chicago Renaissance to describe the dramatic flowering of African-American culture in Chicago in the 1930s and 40s. Professor Bone was a featured lecturer at a symposium at Agnes Scott College from November 6-8, where scholars from literature, musicology, women's studies and African-American studies gathered to examine the music, artists and literary figures of the Chicago Renaissance.

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