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Andy Hammann (Lecturer)

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Personal bio
Andy's research and teaching focus on the history of slavery in the United States from the American Revolution through the Civil War, 1776-1865. He has particular interest in the ways that attitudes toward slavery and toward African Americans evolved in state politics and national politics during these nine decades, and how these attitudes carried over into the Reconstruction era. His dissertation is entitled "Emancipation and Exclusion: The Politics of Slavery and Colonization, 1787-1865." He is in the process of revising the dissertation for future publication as a book. Andy lives in Menlo Park with his wife, son, and two dogs.

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