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Krohn publishes essay, addresses City Club of Boise

Raymond James Krohn, assistant professor of history, published a book review essay exploring how past and present historians have thought and written about the origins of modern abolitionism in the United States. The essay was featured in the June 2021 issue of Reviews in American History.

Additionally, Krohn addressed the City Club of Boise in an in-person and virtual event. He spoke on the relationship between the election of 1876 and the demise of postwar Reconstruction in the American South focusing on the role of anti-black violence in destabilizing and upending interracial governance across the ex-Confederacy.