Tag Archives: Humanities and Social Sciences

2015 Student Diversity Conference & Social Justice Symposium

http://diversity.cofc.edu/2014-student-diversity-conference.php  The Social Justice Symposium will be the first event of the 4th Annual Student Diversity Conference (April 10th and 11th). The purpose of the Symposium is to feature the work of our students who have developed research or community-based … Continue reading

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Medicinal Plants and Well-Being Practices in Early African America, Ywone Edwards-Ingram

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Preservation Planning Studio and Preservation Project Management classes to focus on Mt. Zion A.M.E., Glebe Street, this semester

Content borrowed from: http://blogs.cofc.edu/historic-preservation/2015/01/31/preservation-planning-studio-and-preservation-project-management-classes-to-focus-on-mt-zion-a-m-e-glebe-street-this-semester/ Originally posted on January 31, 2015 by butlercr  Profs. Ward and Butler are excited to get their classes involved at Mr. Zion A.M.E. Church this Spring. The church is in the midst of the historic college … Continue reading

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“Faith in the Shadow of the Plantation: The American Social Sciences and the Problem of the Souls of Black Folk

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The Penn Center in Beaufort, SC is hosting a Civil Rights Symposium this Friday and Saturday

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Penn Center Civil Rights Symposium, 1862-2014 November 21-22 Beaufort, St. Helena Island, South Carolina http://penncenter.com/articles/2014/11/penn-center-civil-rights-symposium Since 1862, the Penn Center has been a historic site education that established a school to protect, defend and advance freedom … Continue reading

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“Black Students and Black Studies: A Founding History, 1966-1970” by Ibram Kendi

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Alternative Fall Break

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Richard Porcher: Lecture & Book Signing

Richard Porcher’s long-awaited magnum opus “The Market Preparation of Carolina Rice” was published in the summer of 2014 by the University of South Carolina Press. A botanist by training, Porcher has brought all his academic expertise together with the passion … Continue reading

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“Pestilence in Paradise: Dr. William Hillary’s Epidemiology in Colonial Barbados.”

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Film Screening, The New Black (March 27 at 6 p.m.)

Film Screening: The Alliance for Full Acceptance and (AFFA) & the Avery Research Center present the South Carolina premier of “The New Black” and a discussion with the film’s producer, Yvonne Welbon. “The New Black” is a powerful story of … Continue reading

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