The Slave Body in the World of Southern Medicine
Thursday November 18, 2010
Avery Research Center, 125 Bull Street, Charleston, SC 29401
Dr. Stephen Kenny, Lecturer, University of Liverpool, UK will discuss the development of professional medicine in the Old South, especially the role of slave patients and the uses of slave bodies in that process. This lecture is co-sponsored by Avery Research Center, CLAW, and the Waring Historical Library.
Gullah Memories Behind God’s Back
Thursday November 4, 2010
Addlestone Library, 205 Calhoun Street, room 227
Herb Frazier, a freelance writer based in Charleston, is the author of
Gullah Memories Behind God’s Back, which is published by the Evening
Post Publishing Company. The book, a collection of stories from black
and white residents of the Cainhoy, Wando and Huger communities and St.
Thomas and Daniel islands, is a compilation of accounts of the
experiences of Gullah people who struggled after Emancipation, through
the Depression and into the middle of the twentieth century to maintain
their African-based lifestyles in rural communities near Charleston.
This event is co-sponsored by the Addlestone Friends of the Library.