Sep
30
Wed
12:00 pm SouthTalks: “From Latino Orlando... @ Online
SouthTalks: “From Latino Orlando... @ Online
Sep 30 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
SouthTalks: “From Latino Orlando to International Memphis: Migration and Transformation in the U.S. South” @ Online
Simone Delerme and Annemarie Anderson present  “From Latino Orlando to International Memphis: Migration and Transformation in the US South” as part of the Movement and Migration Series. In this live Q&A at noon, Sept. 30, Annemarie Anderson, Southern Foodways Alliance oral historian, and Simone Delerme discuss Delerme’s recently published book, Latino Orlando: Suburban Transformation and Racial
Oct
7
Wed
12:00 pm SouthTalks: Art and Community Ac... @ Online
SouthTalks: Art and Community Ac... @ Online
Oct 7 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
SouthTalks: Art and Community Activism @ Online
Adrienne Domnick and Amanda Malloy present Art and Community Activism: Discussing Jackson’s Public Arts Programs. Southern Studies alumna Amanda Malloy and Jackson based artist and curator Adrienne Domnick will discuss Jackson, Mississippi’s public arts programs as a directive for community activism at noon Oct. 7. In talking about how her own work serves to inspire
Oct
13
Tue
6:00 pm Gilder-Jordan Lecture: Carol And... @ Online
Gilder-Jordan Lecture: Carol And... @ Online
Oct 13 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Gilder-Jordan Lecture: Carol Anderson @ Online
Carol Anderson is the Charles Howard Candler Professor and Chair of African American Studies at Emory University. She is the author of Eyes Off the Prize: The United Nations and the African-American Struggle for Human Rights, 1944-1955, which was published by Cambridge University Press and awarded both the Gustavus Myers and Myrna Bernath Book Awards;
Oct
14
Wed
6:00 pm SouthTalks: “Voter Suppression a... @ Online
SouthTalks: “Voter Suppression a... @ Online
Oct 14 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
SouthTalks: "Voter Suppression and U.S. Elections" Roundtable Discussion @ Online
Jim Downs, Carol Anderson, and Kevin M. Kruse present a roundtable discussion on “Voter Suppression and U.S. Elections” at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 14 as part of the Voting Rights and Community Activism series. In this election year, the Center for the Study of Southern Culture has partnered with the University of Georgia Press to
Oct
19
Mon
5:00 pm SouthTalks with Jelani Cobb: “Th... @ Online
SouthTalks with Jelani Cobb: “Th... @ Online
Oct 19 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
SouthTalks with Jelani Cobb: “The Half-Life of Freedom, Race and Justice in America Today” @ Online
Journalist and educator W. Jelani Cobb writes about the enormous complexity of race in America. As recipient of the Sidney Hillman Prize for Opinion & Analysis Journalism for his New Yorker columns, Cobb was praised for combining “the strengths of an on-the-scene reporter, a public intellectual, a teacher, a vivid writer, a subtle moralist, and an accomplished professional historian”—qualities he
Oct
29
Thu
3:00 pm SouthTalks: “Whose Blues? Black ... @ Online
SouthTalks: “Whose Blues? Black ... @ Online
Oct 29 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
SouthTalks: “Whose Blues? Black Bluesism, Blues Universalism, and the Postmodern Paradoxes of America’s Global Music” @ Online
Adam Gussow, Ken “Sugar Brown” Kawashima, and B. Brian Foster present “Whose Blues? Black Bluesism, Blues Universalism, and the Postmodern Paradoxes of America’s Global Music” at 3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29. In this live Q&A, Adam Gussow and Ken “Sugar Brown” Kawashima, a Korean-Japanese American bluesman highlighted in Gussow’s book Whose Blues? Facing Up to Race and