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2012 Charleston Lecture with Earl Black, Thursday, September 13, 2012 (Video)


2012 Charleston Lecture—Earl Black, “The South and the 2012 Presidential Election” from CSAS on Vimeo.

The Center for the Study of the American South was pleased to host distinguished scholar of southern politics Earl Black for the 2012-13 Charleston Lecture in Southern Affairs. Dr. Black’s talk, titled “The South and the 2012 Presidential Election,” is a timely one. Read more

2012-2013 Charleston Lecture with Earl Black: Thursday, September 13, 2012

“The South and the 2012 Presidential Election”
Thursday, September 13, 2012
5:00 p.m.
Hyde Hall, UNC Campus
Free and open to the public. Reception to follow. Read more

The 2011-12 Charleston Lecture with Nathalie Dupree – Southern Food and Women’s Cooking, October 26, 2011 (Video)

The 2011-12 Charleston Lecture with Nathalie Dupree – Southern Food and Women’s Cooking (10/26/11) from CSAS on Vimeo.

Nathalie Dupree is the author of eleven cookbooks about the American South, entertaining and basic cooking. She has hosted over 300 television shows on the Food Network, The Learning Channel, and PBS. She has been a spokesperson for Wild American Shrimp, The Catfish Institute, and many other organizations. She currently writes for The Post And Courier in Charleston, SC, as well as Charleston Magazine, and other publications.

She has been featured in numerous television shows and publications, from Bobby Flay, the Today Show and Good Morning America to Redbook, Good Housekeeping, Bon Appetit, the New York Times, The Washington Post, and others. She ran for the United States Senate against Senator Jim DeMint from South Carolina in 2010. She is married and lives in Charleston, S.C. with her husband, Jack Bass.

2011-12 Charleston Lecture: Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Nathalie Dupree
October 26, 2011
Hyde Hall, Institute for the Arts and Humanities

Free and open to the public. Light reception to follow. Read more

2010-11 Charleston Lecture with John T. Edge, April 6, 2011 (Video)

John T. Edge – Pitmaster: An Homage and Rumination (4/6/11) from CSAS on Vimeo.

John T. Edge, monthly food columnist for the New York Times and a contributing editor at Garden & Gun, gave the 2010-11 Charleston Lecture on April 6, 2011. In his lecture he talked about the idea of bbq pitmasters and how the use of that honorific has changed our idea about bbq and trace the history of bbq in the South through the stories of individual pitmasters across the region.

John T. Edge is a longtime columnist for the Oxford American and was a contributing editor at Gourmet. His work for Saveur and other magazines has been featured in seven editions of the Best Food Writing compilation. He has been nominated for five James Beard Foundation Awards, including two M.F.K. Fisher Distinguished Writing Awards. In 2009, he was inducted into Beard’s Who’s Who of Food & Beverage in America.