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Abraham Lincoln's Unfinished Work

Abraham Lincoln's Unfinished Work

Abraham Lincoln's Unfinished Work Conference

This conference discussed many of the dimensions of Lincoln’s “unfinished work” as a springboard to explore the task of political and social reconstruction in the United States from 1865 to the present day.

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The Lincoln's Unfinished Work conference and workshop, co-directed by Vernon Burton and independent historian Peter Eisenstadt, was made possible by the generous support of the Congressional Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Foundation; Watson-Brown Foundation, Inc.; South Carolina Humanities; Self Family Foundation; University South Carolina Society; Jean Soman; Friends of the Library and Special Collections of the College of Charleston; and, at Clemson University, Office of Inclusion and Equity; Watt Family Innovation Center; Humanities Hub; College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities; Department of History and Geography; Matthew J. Perry Distinguished Chair of History; Clemson University Libraries; Department of Economics; Department of English; Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice; Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management; Department of Political Science; Pearce Center for Professional Communication; Calhoun Honors College; Department of Historic Properties; History Graduate Student Association; Rutland Institute for Ethics;  Pan-African Studies program; Department of Philosophy and Religion; and Clemson University Press.

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