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Please Welcome Robert Greene to the USIH Blog

Today, Robert Greene II will be joining us as our newest regular blogger. In recent weeks, Robert had an extended guest gig on the blog and we’re delighted that he’s going to be continuing on under his own byline on Sundays.  Robert is a second-year doctoral student at the University of South Carolina, whose work focuses on 20th-century African American intellectual history, political history, and the U.S. since 1965.  Please join me in welcoming him to the blog on a more permanent basis!

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