Born into slavery, Ignatius Sancho (c. 1729–1780) became a butler, shopkeeper, and musician, as well as a published writer and composer. He used the arts to disrupt bias and promote antiracism. Join Rutgers scholars from across the arts and humanities to learn about Sancho’s life, work, and impact.
Center for Cultural Analysis Seminar Room
Rutgers Academic Building, West Wing, 6th floor
15 Seminary Place
College Avenue Campus, New Brunswick