COMMEMORATING THE CONFEDERACY: HISTORY, MEMORY & MEANING IN THE 21ST CENTURY SOUTH

March 13, 2019 - 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Center City

 

Dr. Karen Cox                            Dr. William Sturkey, assistant professor of history at UNC Chapel Hill                             Dr. Hilary Green, associate professor of history at the University of Alabama

Join UNC Charlotte Professor of History Dr. Karen Cox as she leads a discussion on the history, controversy and future of Civil War memorials in a panel presentation, "Commemorating the Confederacy: History, Memory and Meaning in the 21st Century South" at UNC Charlotte's Center City auditorium at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 13. 

Joining Dr. Cox are guest scholars Dr. William Sturkey, assistant professor of history at UNC Chapel Hill and Dr. Hilary Green, associate professor of history at the University of Alabama.

The March 13 event at UNC Charlotte's Center City auditorium is the culminating event in the Beyond the Myths: The American Civil War in History and Memory series sponsored by Atkins Library and the Department of History.

The project is made possible by the Chancellor's Diversity Challenge Fund.