Julia Rabig

Julia Rabig


Julia Rabig is the the author of The Fixers: Devolution, Development, and Civil Society in Newark, NJ, 1960-1990 and the co-author, with Laura Warren Hill of The Business of Black Power: Community Development, Capitalism, and Corporate Responsibility. She recently published an article entitled “Dangerous Librarians: The Survival of Branch Libraries in New York’s Fiscal Crisis” in Journal of Urban History, which is part of a larger project that illuminates late twentieth-century shifts in grassroots intellectual life, patterns of gentrification, and claims to public space through the history of urban public library systems. Rabig has taught at University of Rochester, Boston University, and Amherst College and is currently an Associate Professor of History at Dartmouth.

Website: https://faculty-directory.dartmouth.edu/julia-rabig

All sessions by Julia Rabig

Master, Slave, Husband, Wife: An Epic Journey From Slavery to Freedom

Sunday, June 25, 2023
12:30 pm
Town Hall Theater