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.
- Call My Name Project website
- Dr. Thomas' Clemson faculty page
- Call My Name, Clemson – Ebook Central at SC State Library
- Historical Black Newspapers Database
- The Power of Calling a Name. Article in Clemson World Magazine
- TEDx Greenville Talk - The Power in Calling a Name