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From Our Collection - Children’s Books - Episode 132
The NEDCC with Sean Ferguson - Episode 131

The NEDCC with Sean Ferguson - Episode 131

December 22, 2020

Dr. Curtis Rogers learns all about the NEDCC with preservation specialist, Sean Ferguson. Sean works from his home office in Alexandria, Virginia, for the Northeast Document Conservation Center and provides preservation information and outreach to clients nationwide, including assessments, consultations, training programs, and disaster assistance. From July 2018-June 2019, he served as NEDCC’s Performing Arts Readiness Emergency Preparedness Consultant for New England, providing emergency preparedness consultations and training to performing arts organizations. Learn more about the spring 2021 free regional course on emergency preparedness for South Carolina cultural heritage organizations.  

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BibliObservatory - Ellen Stringer - Episode 14

BibliObservatory - Ellen Stringer - Episode 14

December 17, 2020

Ellen Stringer (Maryland, PA) calls Richmond (VA) her hometown. The Cow and the Silo would be the first of many stories that she remembered read by her mother. These stories mark the beginning of a path in which stories and books became essential not just in her life but the lives of families and diverse communities that she served as a childrens and youth librarian.  Why are books and storytelling so important for us and indispensable during challenging times? Find out in this episode!

 

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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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From Our Collection: Cookbooks - Episode 129

From Our Collection: Cookbooks - Episode 129

November 23, 2020

Dr. Curtis Rogers discusses cookbooks in the South Carolina State Library collection with Sarah Pettus, Cataloging and Metadata Librarian, and Kerry Jeyschune, Digital Projects Coordinator. 

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