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Narratives of the South

Narratives of the South: Traditions, Transformations, Intersections

A series by Southern Studies program faculty

This series will appear on our blog, where you’ll also find posts regarding our curriculum, new course offerings, events on campus, etc. Here on this page we’ve listed the links to all the posts in this particular series.

“Studying the South & Why It Matters”  by Julia Eichelberger and Tammy Ingram (September 3, 2017)

“Charleston’s Monumental Task” by Bernard Powers (September 19, 2017)

Acknowledging African American Contributions & History on the C of C Campus” by Grant Gilmore (September 23, 2017)

The Twenty-First Century South Carolinian Is No Longer Confederate” by Joseph Kelly (Oct 2, 2017)

Southern Jews: Privilege and Vulnerability” by Shari Rabin (Oct 9, 2017)

“Uplift and Activism at the Avery” by Barrye Brown (Oct 24, 2017)

“Archiving the Southern Jewish Past–in Houston and Charleston” by Josh Furman (July 3, 2018)

Claiming Our Inheritance: Why We Need the New Center for the Study of Slavery, by Julia Eichelberger (Sept 24 2018)

Isaac Harby, the Election of 1824, and the Rise of Andrew Jackson by Daniel Gullota (January 18 2020)

They Persist: Southern Women Writers and Artists Taking Up Space by Julia Eichelberger (February 17 2020)

Paging the Papmobile: Southern Jewish Women and the Women’s Health Movement by Jillian Hinderliter (June 2 2020)

Say Their Names (Solidarity with Protestors for Racial Justice) by Julia Eichelberger (June 9 2020)



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