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The South Carolina State House Grounds with Dr. Lydia Mattice Brandt - Episode 139

The South Carolina State House Grounds with Dr. Lydia Mattice Brandt - Episode 139

April 20, 2021

Dr. Curtis Rogers discusses a new guidebook to the SC State House with Dr. Lydia Mattice Brandt. Lydia is an architectural historian, historic preservationist, and associate professor of art history at the University of South Carolina here in Columbia. She is the author of First in the Homes of His Countrymen: George Washington's Mount Vernon in the American Imagination and many articles published in Winterthur Portfolio, Antiques & Fine Art, and the Public Historian, and her recent publication is The South Carolina State House Grounds: A Guidebook published by the University of South Carolina Press

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Live at Jackson Station with Dan Harrison - Episode 138

Live at Jackson Station with Dan Harrison - Episode 138

April 5, 2021

Dr. Curtis Rogers discusses a new book from the University of South Carolina Press with Dr. Daniel Harrison. He is the author of Live at Jackson Station, a book about a rhythm and blues club in rural Hodges, South Carolina, in the 1980s that brought a very metropolitan vibe to the sleepy town – but! It has a true-crime angle.  Dr. Harrison is a professor of sociology at Lander University in Greenwood, South Carolina, and also the author of Making Sense of Marshall Ledbetter: The Dark Side of Political Protest.

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Call My Name, Clemson with Dr. Rhondda Thomas - Episode 133

Call My Name, Clemson with Dr. Rhondda Thomas - Episode 133

January 7, 2021

Dr. Curtis Rogers discusses the African American history of Clemson University with Dr. Rhondda Robinson Thomas. Dr. Thomas is the Calhoun Lemon Professor of Literature at Clemson University, specializing in early African-American literature, culture, and history. She is the author of Claiming Exodus: A Cultural History of Afro-Atlantic Identity, 1774-1903 and co-editor of The South Carolina Roots of African American Thought, A Reader. Her most recent publication, by the University of Iowa Press, is Call My Name, Clemson: Documenting the Black Experience in an American University Community.

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101 African Americans Who Shaped South Carolina - Dr. Bernie Powers - Episode 130

101 African Americans Who Shaped South Carolina - Dr. Bernie Powers - Episode 130

December 3, 2020

Dr. Curtis Rogers discusses the newly published University of South Carolina Press book, 101 African Americans Who Shaped South Carolina with the editor, Dr. Bernie Powers. Dr. Powers is a professor emeritus of history at the College of Charleston and was also the founding director of the Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston, South Carolina. He is also the author of Black Charlestonians: A Social History 1822–1885 and coauthor of We Are Charleston: Tragedy and Triumph at Mother Emanuel. Dr. Powers is a founding board member and interim chief executive officer of the International African American Museum in Charleston.

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