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Sarah Trembanis and her book, The Set-Up Men: Race, Culture and Resistance in Black Baseball

​Dr. Sarah L. Trembanis, associate professor of history at the Associate in Arts Program and faculty coordinator of the Dover AAP campus, was recently featured on the Oct. 1 episode of the Comfortably Zoned podcast to discuss her 2014 book, The Set-Up Men: Race, Culture and Resistance in Black Baseball.

In the episode, Trembanis and Comfortably Zoned host Ian Kahanowitz discuss baseball's Negro leagues era, which began in the post-Civil-War period and lasted until the integration of the sport in the late 1940s. Trembanis's The Set-Up Men details the evolution of the sport during the era of segregation and describes how the Negro leagues athletes' contributions built the foundation for the integration of the sport.

Listen to the Oct. 1 episode of Comfortably Zoned here.

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AAP history professor and Dover faculty coordinator Sarah Trembanis

​AAP history professor and Dover faculty coordinator Sarah Trembanis was recently featured on the Comfortably Zoned 

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