Feb
26
Wed
SouthTalks: “Their Own Kind of Removal: Lumbee Indians in the Antebellum South” @ Tupelo Room, Barnard Observatory 12:00 pm
SouthTalks: “Their Own Kind of R... @ Tupelo Room, Barnard Observatory
Feb 26 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
SouthTalks: “Their Own Kind of Removal: Lumbee Indians in the Antebellum South” @ Tupelo Room, Barnard Observatory
Movement and Migration Series Lecture: “Their Own Kind of Removal: Lumbee Indians in the Antebellum South” with Malinda Maynor Lowery For the Lumbee Indians of North Carolina, their long struggle has entailed working through the South’s racial binary and resisting the erasure that seemed an inevitable outcome of Indian Removal. The Lumbees persisted in an… Read More >
Mar
4
Wed
SouthTalks: “Racist Kitsch for the Twenty-First Century? Anthropomorphic Asians, Kawaii-style, and the Culture of Cute” @ Tupelo Room, Barnard Observatory 12:00 pm
SouthTalks: “Racist Kitsch for t... @ Tupelo Room, Barnard Observatory
Mar 4 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
SouthTalks: “Racist Kitsch for the Twenty-First Century? Anthropomorphic Asians, Kawaii-style, and the Culture of Cute” @ Tupelo Room, Barnard Observatory
Movement and Migration Series Lecture: “Racist Kitsch for the Twenty-First Century? Anthropomorphic Asians, Kawaii-style, and the Culture of Cute” with Leslie Bow We understand the harm embodied by mammy cookie jars, minstrel coin banks, and any number of household items depicting African Americans during the Jim Crow era, yet these demeaning anthropomorphic objects have found… Read More >
SouthTalks: Skrontch Music @ Nutt Auditorium 7:30 pm
SouthTalks: Skrontch Music @ Nutt Auditorium
Mar 4 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
SouthTalks: Skrontch Music @ Nutt Auditorium
Skrontch Music is project led by saxophonist, clarinetist, and composer Byron Asher that explores the histories and lineages of jazz in the South through contemporary soundscapes. Featuring a ten-piece New Orleans-based ensemble, Skrontch Music’s debut album incorporates elements of sound collage and text from primary source documents to address the intertwined histories of the formation of… Read More >
Mar
18
Wed
SouthTalks: “From Latino Orlando to International Memphis: Migration and Transformation in the American South” @ Tupelo Room, Barnard Observatory 12:00 pm
SouthTalks: “From Latino Orlando... @ Tupelo Room, Barnard Observatory
Mar 18 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
SouthTalks: “From Latino Orlando to International Memphis: Migration and Transformation in the American South” @ Tupelo Room, Barnard Observatory
Movement and Migration Series Lecture: “From Latino Orlando to International Memphis: Migration and Transformation in the American South”  with Simone Delerme In this SouthTalk, Simone Delerme will share her ethnographic research that documents the ways that southern places are being transformed by an influx of migrants, primarily Latino. How are these newcomers incorporated into the… Read More >
SouthTalks: “Always in Season” with Jacqueline Olive @ Overby Auditorium 5:00 pm
SouthTalks: “Always in Season” w... @ Overby Auditorium
Mar 18 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
SouthTalks: "Always in Season" with Jacqueline Olive @ Overby Auditorium
Visiting Documentarians Series: “Always in Season”  with Jacqueline Olive Jacqueline Olive is an independent filmmaker and immersive media producer with fifteen years of experience in journalism and film. Always in Season, her debut feature documentary, explores the lingering impact of more than a century of lynching and connects this form of racial terrorism with racial… Read More >
Mar
25
Wed
SouthTalks: “‘Do you know what it means?’ New Orleans Englishes” @ Tupelo Room, Barnard Observatory 12:00 pm
SouthTalks: “‘Do you know what i... @ Tupelo Room, Barnard Observatory
Mar 25 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
SouthTalks: “‘Do you know what it means?’ New Orleans Englishes” @ Tupelo Room, Barnard Observatory
“‘Do you know what it means?’ New Orleans Englishes” with Christina Schoux Casey Christina Schoux Casey is associate professor of English linguistics at Aalborg University, Denmark. Her research focuses on New Orleans Englishes and how language intersects with cultural commodification, neoliberal globalization, authenticity, and nostalgia. In her SouthTalk, Casey will discuss New Orleans language, from… Read More >

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