Virtual Program | Bite-Size History: Lunch with the BHS Collection, Episode 5
Join us for lunch!
Our lunchtime series Bite-Size History continues with BHS historian Nalleli Guillen who will provide in-depth looks at intriguing objects in our collection. In this installment, she and New York Public Library’s Julie Golia explore the history of Brooklyn’s Muslim communities through the fabled deed of Anthony Jansen van Salee, thought to be the first person of Muslim heritage to settle in Brooklyn. Learn more over your Thursday dinner leftovers or a delicious snack on 6/19 at 12:30 pm!
This series springs from BHS’s Revealing Long Island History Project which is generously funded by the Robert D.L. Gardiner Foundation.
Friday, June 19, 2020
Virtual Program via Zoom Webinar
- Free Registration Free
Also at BHS
Virtual Program | Use the Power You Have: Pramila Jayapal and V (Eve Ensler) in Conversation
Virtual Program | Burning Down the House: Julian Zelizer Discusses Modern Republicanism and Newt Gingrich with Alexis Coe
Virtual Program | Migration Stories: Oral Histories, Literature, and the Power of Telling