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Faculty Seminar Series: Dr. Edmund L. Drago
Friday, October 29, 2010
Addlestone Library, Room 227, 205 Calhoun Street
Dr. Edmund L. Drago, Department of History, College of Charleston, “A View of America’s Civil War Millennial Era through the Perspective of Eliza Fludd, Charleston Prophetess: Gender and Global Implications, 1800-1890.”
View the paper (Do not cite without permission from the author)
Wachovia Lecture: Dean Hall
Thursday October 14, 2010
Johnson Center, Room 206, 28 George Street
Associates with Brockington and Associates, a cultural resource management company in Mt. Pleasant, will be giving a public lecture on recent work at Dean Hall Plantation in Berkeley County, South Carolina. Charlie Philips, senior historian, will present the history of Dean Hall Plantation. Andrew Agha, senior archaeologist, will discuss the recent excavations, which uncovered 127,000 artifacts, including 57,000 Colonoware sherds. Nichole Isenbarger, lab supervisor, will discuss the significance of the found artifacts and Colonoware. Analysis of these sherds has helped shed light on the folkways of the enslaved people at Dean Hall plantation.
Reminder — October 9-10, 2010
Crisis and Conflict in the Carolinas
CLAW will host a symposium on the two Carolinas during the first quarter of the eighteenth century, “Crisis and Conflict in the Early Carolinas,” on October 9-10, 2010. Approximately one dozen scholars will present work on various topics, including the Yamasee War, the Tuscarora War, the Revolution of 1719, the slave trade, the plantation economy, and piracy. For more information, contact conference conveners Brad Wood of Eastern Kentucky University, Michelle LeMaster of Lehigh University, or local organizer Sandy Slater of the College of Charleston.