Tag Archives: Sharony Green

Assistant Professor Sharony Green’s The Grant Green Story to be Screened by School of Music

Assistant Professor Sharony Green’s documentary on the late jazz guitarist Grant Green – The Grant Green Story – will be the noon convocation event for the School of Music next Friday, March 31. This screening lasts one hour and will be held in the recital hall. The film unveils the life of the late jazz guitarist Grant […]

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Dr. Sharony Green Appears on SportsCenter to Discuss Race and Sports at UA

Assistant Professor Sharony Green appeared on ESPN’s SportsCenter recently to discuss the relationship between sports and race at The University of Alabama. Watch the segment below and read more about it at Dr. Green’s website.

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Faculty Spotlight: Sharony Green

Assistant Professor Sharony Green continues to bring innovative research and courses to our department. Recently, the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center showcased Dr. Green’s ongoing research project, where she examines postwar black migration to Miami, Florida, featuring video clips of oral history interviews she conducted and a soundtrack curated by her HY 300 class, which […]

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Assistant Professor Sharony Green’s Feature-Length Documentary, The Grant Green Story Accepted for Inclusion in Harlem International Film Festival

Assistant Professor Sharony Green’s first feature length documentary, The Grant Green Story, will premiere at the 11th Annual Harlem International Film Festival in New York City, September 14-18, 2016. The film unveils the life of the late jazz guitarist Grant Green, her former father-in-law. Green is best known for his work with Blue Note Records, […]

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History Professor and her Students Capture Black Migration Through Sound and Images

Far too often, when folks think of black migration from the South before and after the Second World War, they think of people moving north or west. Sharony Green, Assistant Professor of History, is conducting research that captures the movement of African American farther South to Florida, specifically to Miami. Her work is being made […]

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“Interracial Intimacy in Antebellum America” Panel Discussion Podcast Now Available

A printed transcript of the audio for this event is available here. “Interracial Intimacy in Antebellum America” | Panel Discussion from UA College of Arts & Sciences on Vimeo. Approximately 100 people gathered at Tuscaloosa’s Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center on Tuesday, January 26 to hear a panel presentation on the topic of Interracial Intimacy […]

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“Interracial Intimacy in Antebellum America” Panel Discussion a Success – Text Readable

Approximately 100 people gathered at Tuscaloosa’s Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center last Tuesday (January 26) night to hear a panel presentation on the topic of Interracial Intimacy in Antebellum America from Dolen Perkins-Valdez, author of the New York Times bestseller Wench; Trudier Harris, Professor of English, The University of Alabama; Sharony Green, Assistant Professor of […]

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“Interracial Intimacy in Antebellum America” Panel Discussion a Success.

Approximately 100 people gathered at Tuscaloosa’s Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center last Tuesday (January 26) night to hear a panel presentation on the topic of Interracial Intimacy in Antebellum America from Dolen Perkins-Valdez, author of the New York Times bestseller Wench; Trudier Harris, Professor of English, The University of Alabama; Sharony Green, Assistant Professor of […]

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Interracial Intimacy in Antebellum America: An Evening with Dolen Perkins-Valdez, Trudier Harris, Sharony Green, and Liza Ze-Winters

Black and white Southerners have “known” each other for centuries in ways not easily discussed. This conversation brings together four women scholars who have carefully addressed the subject of how these two groups have “intimately,” and not just sexually, encountered one another in complex ways before the Civil War and beyond. Dolen Perkins-Valdez, author of […]

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The Nineteenth Century City Course Attracts Following

(From Sharony Green “Why I Teach“)   Dr. Sharony Green says that even though she can’t dance, and she knows she is getting old because her students have to tell her everything that is hip, videos like the one at the top of this entry remind her of some of the things she loves about […]

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The Nineteenth Century City Examines the Role of Women in Higher Education Between 1830 and 1920.

On December 2, from 4-5:30 pm, in The University of Alabama’s Gorgas House, students enrolled in “The Nineteenth Century City,” a course taught by Sharony Green, Assistant Professor of History, will present an exhibit on young women attending female academies and institutions of higher learning in West Alabama and other areas of the country. Between […]

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Assistant Professor Sharony Green Discusses Remember Me to Miss Louisa with Denver Station

Assistant Professor Dr. Sharony Green appeared recently on KUSA Channel 9, in Denver, Colorado, to discuss her recent book, Remember Me to Miss Louisa: Black and White Intimacies in Antebellum America.

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Department Celebrates Two Faculty Publications

On September 14, the Department of History celebrated the publication of two new monographs by members of our faculty, Dr. Holly Grout and Dr. Sharony Green. Dr. Kari Frederickson, the Chair of the Department of History commended Drs. Grout and Green for navigating successfully through the painstaking and involved process of publishing one’s first book. […]

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“Druid City” Documentary to premiere at Jemison Mansion, December 3

This is the trailer for the world premiere of “Druid City,” a wonderful song performed by Bible Study, a Tuscaloosa band. This trailer and the music video was a class project for students enrolled in the University of Alabama’s Department of History “The Nineteenth Century City” course during the Fall 2014 semester. Special thanks to […]

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