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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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Michael Bibler, Associate Professor of Southern Studies at LSU, to Lecture on Queerness and Antebellum Southern Literature

On Tuesday, September 16, at 5 pm in Morgan Hall 301, Michael Bibler, Associate Professor of Southern Studies at LSU, will be lecturing on queerness and antebellum southern literature. This event is co-sponsored by The Summersell Center for the Study of the South and the Department of English. […]

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Summersell Center for the Study of the South hosts Wayne Flynt, Sept. 11.

Thursday, September 11, at 5:30 P.M., the Summersell Center for the Study of the South will host Wayne Flynt, Professor Emeritus at Auburn University. Dr. Flynt will present a lecture on Greek life, diversity, and structural inequalities here and elsewhere in The University of Alabama. The lecture will be presented in room 30 of ten […]

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Scottsboro Boys Remembered

From UA News: “TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The University of Alabama’s Paul R. Jones Gallery of Art in downtown Tuscaloosa opens today its first exhibit of the year, ‘Scottsboro Boys: The Fred Hiroshige Photographs’ from the Morgan County Archives. It showcases historic photographs on loan from Morgan County that document the 1933 retrial of one of […]

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