2017 Baltimore’s Great Architecture Lectures – Home Life Spaces of the Enslaved at Homewood
October 23 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Presented by the Homewood Museum
1 AIA/CES LU available
Ongoing research investigating the lives of the enslaved people at Homewood in the early nineteenth century reveals that men, women, and children inhabited unexpected spaces. From destroyed dwellings to the extant rooms of Homewood and the carriage house, Abby Schreiber will discuss the conditions in which people lived and worked, carried on their family lives, and spent their time. A lecturer at the National Institute of American History and Democracy at the College of William & Mary, Schreiber is a consulting researcher for the Enslaved at Homewood project, supported by the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority.
5:30 p.m. Reception at Homewood Museum
6:30 p.m. Lecture at Gilman Hall (in Room 50, the Marjorie M. Fisher Hall)
Free event parking will be available in the Johns Hopkins Club parking lot. Advance, pre-paid registration is strongly requested. Walk-in registration is based on seating availability.
This is the second talk in the 2017 Baltimore’s Great Architecture Lectures: African American Dwellings in the Antebellum Period, presented as part of Baltimore Architecture Month. Click here for subscription tickets, available through October 16.