Gilder-Jordan Lecture to Explore ‘Birthright Citizens’

Legal and cultural historian Martha S. Jones set to speak Sept. 17 By Rebecca Lauck Cleary OXFORD, Miss. – The rights extended to people who reside in the United States and whether or not those people are considered citizens is an incredibly timely topic, and historian Martha S. Jones can connect lessons and information from… Read More >

Two SouthTalks events planned for this week

There are two opportunities to “Be in Barnard” this week. Starting at noon on Wednesday, Sept. 11 Carrie Barske Crawford and Brian Dempsey present “Hidden Spaces,” and at 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12, Edmund T. Gordon and Celeste Henery  present “Exploring the Racial Geography of UT-Austin.” Both events will be held in the Tupelo Room… Read More >

Change to Southern Studies Curriculum Offers New Opportunities

Major requirements adjusted and 100-level courses restructured in overhaul Written by By Rebecca Lauck Cleary OXFORD, Miss. – For ordinary University of Mississippi students considering a major that will make them extraordinary, Southern studies could be the one to help them stand out. Southern studies seeks to investigate, interpret, and document the American South in… Read More >