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Michael Kreyling – Who Needs Ceremonies of Memory?: The 150th Anniversary (2/15/11) from CSAS on Vimeo.

Professor Kreyling’s Hutchins Lecture speaks about his current project, which explores the cultural politics of memory in representations of the South through an examination of re-enacted memory in latter-day versions of the Civil War, the construction of white liberal southern-ness in post-Civil Rights fiction and works by authors such as Robert Penn Warren and W.E.B. Dubois.

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