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The Loving Story Symposium Panel – History’s Shadow: Slavery and Status (Video)

The Loving Story Symposium panel – History’s Shadow: Slavery and Status from CSAS on Vimeo.

History’s Shadow: Slavery and Status
Moderator: Anna Krome-Lukens, Ph.D. candidate in history, UNC-Chapel Hill

Panelists:
Edward Ayers
Grace Hale
Shannon Eaves

The Loving Story Symposium Panel – Law and the Color Line (Video)

The Loving Story Symposium panel – Law and the Color Line from CSAS on Vimeo.

Law and the Color Line
Moderator: David Palmer, lecturer in history, UNC-Chapel Hill

Panelists:
George La Noue
Robin Lenhardt
Eric Muller

 

The Loving Story Symposium Panel – Loving and Survival: Exile and Place (Video)

The Loving Story Symposium panel – Loving and Survival: Exile and Place from CSAS on Vimeo.

Loving and Survival: Exile and Place
Moderator: Ali Neff, Ph.D. candidate in communication studies, UNC-Chapel Hill

Panelists:
Tom Rankin
William Andrews
Juan Logan

Southern Film Series: Mississippi Masala (1991)

February 9, 2012 @ 7:00 p.m. – Screening of Mississippi Masala, as part of the Ackland Museum Film Forum and the Center’s Southern Film Series. Free for students with a valid ID and $4 for the general public.

Loving v. Virginia: Film Screening and Symposium, March 1-2, 2012

Loving Then and Now: The Context and Impact of a Landmark Civil Rights Opinion

Please join us on March 1, 2012, for a screening of The Loving Story (77 min.) at the Varsity Theater in Chapel Hill. On March 2, The Center for the Study of the American South, with support from the Institute for the Arts and Humanities, will host a symposium that will bring scholars together to discuss the film from historical, legal, and cultural perspectives. Filmmakers Nancy Buirski and Elisabeth James will speak during lunch about the making of the film. The Loving Story and this symposium are supported by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Read more