Zaire Love to present TEDx talk March 6

Written by Jackson Olstad     A true hero is defined by virtue and accomplishments, and role models give people their own identity and moral compass for life. Zaire Love will educate the Oxford community on two influential figures in Southern history that everyone can look up to at her upcoming TEDx talk. The TEDx University… Read More >

February/March issue of Living Blues available now

Living Blues #259 (February/March 2019) features Chicago guitarist Linsey Alexander on the cover. The Delmark Records artist is one of the top acts in the Windy City and has a growing national profile. Cash McCall first emerged on the Chicago gospel scene in the 1960s but soon moved to the blues. As a guitarist, songwriter,… Read More >

Photographs of the Vernacular South on display now in Gammill Gallery

Don Norris has a fine eye for elegance, simplicity, light, and composition, and for the givenness of things as they are. This work invites meditation, contemplation, repose for the eye.   —John Wall, The Southern Photographer, Raleigh, North Carolina         The Gammill Gallery hosts works of photography from Don Norris, documentary photographer and emeritus… Read More >

Ethnohistorian focuses on 18th century conflict between Creek Indians and white settlers

Joshua S. Haynes presents this week’s Brown Bag Lecture at noon February 13. Haynes is an ethnohistorian at the University of Southern Mississippi who researches, publishes, and teaches early American and Native American history focusing on themes such as colonialism, violence, and state formation. His book, Patrolling the Border: Theft and Violence on the Creek-Georgia… Read More >

Harker to discuss “The Lesbian South”

Jaime Harker’s Brown Bag Lecture on Wednesday, February 6 will be about her new book, The Lesbian South: Southern Feminists, the Women in Print Movement, and the Queer Literary Canon. Harker is a professor of English and the director of the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies at the University of Mississippi, where… Read More >