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Southern Studies

The Southern Studies Program consists of an undergraduate minor and related coursework and extracurricular activities. The program resides in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences and draws on coursework and faculty expertise from every academic school at the College.

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Lessons from and for a changing South
Posted on 15 December 2017 | 11:18 pm
Part 6 & last for 2017 in the series “What We’re Saying About the South.” This fall Harlan Greene (head of Special Collections) and Bernard Powers (History) have been serving on a city commission charged with revising the wording on Charleston monuments. The proposed new wording of the Calhoun monument, as reported this week in […]
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Studying the City
Posted on 13 December 2017 | 11:09 pm
Part 5 of “What We’re Saying About the South.” Grant Gilmore (Historic Preservation) is eagerly promoting the College’s new program in Community Planning, Policy, and Design. Ralph Muldrow (Art and Architectural History) has created watercolors of the Porgy Houses that were decorated in honor of the 2016 Spoleto production of Porgy and Bess. Arts Management professor […]
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