Cotten Seiler, assistant professor of American studies at Dickinson College, will discuss "Limited Access: African-American Automobility in the 20th Century" Oct. 25 at UM-Dearborn

October 11, 2006

DEARBORN / Oct. 11---Cotten Seiler, assistant professor of American studies at Dickinson College, will discuss "Limited Access: African-American Automobility in the 20th Century" from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 25 in Room 1030 of the College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters Building on the University of Michigan-Dearborn campus.

The lecture is part of the "Automotive Heritage: Culture, Politics and Society" series and is sponsored by UM-Dearbornís Center for the Study of Automotive Heritage.

Additional support is provided by UM-Dearbornís African/African American Studies Program, the American Studies Program, the history discipline, the Department of Social Sciences, the Science and Technology Studies Program and the Henry Ford.

For more information, contact Sharie Beard at 313-593-4925.

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