Apr
16
Tue
5:00 pm SouthTalks: Deep Inside the Blue @ Barnard Obervatory
SouthTalks: Deep Inside the Blue @ Barnard Obervatory
Apr 16 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
SouthTalks: Deep Inside the Blue @ Barnard Obervatory
Deep Inside the Blue Margo Cooper, Joe Ayers, and Trent Ayers In this SouthTalk, photographer and author will be joined in conversation by blues musicians Joe Ayers and his son Trent Ayers. Cooper had the privilege of interviewing both Ayers men for her book Deep Inside the Blues. She describes Joe Ayers as kind, wise,
Apr
17
Wed
4:00 pm Research Café @ Barnard Observatory
Research Café @ Barnard Observatory
Apr 17 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Research Café @ Barnard Observatory
The Coalition for the Study of Race and Racism (CSRR) cordially invites you to attend a Research Café at 4 p.m. Wednesday, April 17 in the Barnard Observatory Tupelo Room. Our Research Café is an informal space for faculty, staff, and students interested in the study of race and racism to connect, share what they’re
Apr
18
Thu
5:00 pm SouthTalks: (I’m Not) Your Negro... @ Overby Center Auditorium
SouthTalks: (I’m Not) Your Negro... @ Overby Center Auditorium
Apr 18 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
SouthTalks: (I'm Not) Your Negroni film screening @ Overby Center Auditorium
(I’m Not) Your Negroni  Film Screening and Discussion with Filmmaker Antonio Tarrell and Bartender/Bar Owner Joe Stinchcomb Thursday, April 18 at 5 p.m. in Overby Center Auditorium Award-winning bartender Joseph “Joe” Stinchcomb stirs up the small town of Oxford, Mississippi when he launches a craft cocktail menu honoring Black History Month. Joseph Stinchcomb began his hospitality career
Apr
23
Tue
4:00 pm SouthTalks: All Roads Lead to Ho... @ Barnard Observatory
SouthTalks: All Roads Lead to Ho... @ Barnard Observatory
Apr 23 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
All Roads Lead to Holmes: Voices of Holmes County Oral History Project  Film and Panel with Al Povall, Ora Reed, Phil Cohen, and Friends of Lexington Preservation Tuesday, April 23 at 4 p.m. in Barnard Observatory All Roads Lead to Holmes: Voices of Holmes County is a documentary project directed by Ed Ellington and produced by the Friends
Apr
24
Wed
12:00 pm SouthTalks: “Cold War Country: M... @ Barnard Observatory
SouthTalks: “Cold War Country: M... @ Barnard Observatory
Apr 24 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
SouthTalks: “Cold War Country: Music Row, the Pentagon, and the Sound of American Patriotism” @ Barnard Observatory
“Cold War Country: Music Row, the Pentagon, and the Sound of American Patriotism” Joseph M. Thompson Country music maintains a unique, decades-long relationship to the US military, but these ties didn’t just happen. Joseph M. Thompson explores how country music’s Nashville-based business leaders on Music Row created partnerships with the Pentagon to sell their audiences
May
1
Wed
12:00 pm SouthTalks: “Faulkner’s Enduring... @ Barnard Observatory
SouthTalks: “Faulkner’s Enduring... @ Barnard Observatory
May 1 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Phillip “Pip” Gordon, UM visiting assistant professor of gender studies in the Sarah Isom Center for Women’s and Gender Studies, discusses “Faulkner’s Enduring Queerness” at noon May 1. Gordon discusses Faulkner’s relevance to broadening fields of trans and ace studies and the value such approaches have to our understanding of Faulkner and the South. SouthTalks