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Durham Reads Together 2012 - Race in Margaret Maron's North Carolina

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Published on Sep 25, 2012

Racial inequality in the judicial system was the main factor that led Deborah Knott to run for judge, and North Carolina's complicated relationship with race is expertly woven into many of the Judge Knott novels. Join Dr. Sharon Holland, Associate Professor of English, African & African American Studies and Women's Studies at Duke University, for a discussion on how racial issues are explored in Maron's books.

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