TOC: Ohio Valley History special issue, Summer 2021

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Table of Contents for Ohio Valley History
Volume 21, Number 2, Summer 2021
https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/45139

A special issue on the history of higher education’s connection to slavery and Jim Crow.

  • Universities, Slavery, and History's Role in Institutional Reform
    David Stradling, history faculty, University of Cincinnati
    pp. 3-5
  • The Half That Is Never Told: Creating a Useful Past at Centre College
    Robert Murray, history faculty, Mercy College
    pp. 6-21
  • Remembering William Moulden: Villanova University's Black Founder and Early Benefactor
    Angelina Lincoln, graduate student, Villanova University
    pp. 22-36
  • The Legacy of the Founders: Wrestling with Slavery at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
    A. James Fuller, history faculty, University of Indianapolis
    pp. 37-53
  • Forgetting Charles McMicken
    Anne Delano Steinert, history faculty, University of Cincinnati
    pp. 54-71
  • Jonesville and the Legacy of Slavery at Western Kentucky University
    Selena Sanderfer Doss, history faculty, Western Kentucky University (WKU)
    Susan Farmer, women's studies faculty, WKU
    Alexander Olson, history faculty, WKU
    pp. 72-91
  • The Academy's Original Sin: Reflections on Universities, Slavery, and History's Role in Institutional Reform
    Kyra T. Shahid, DEI Consultant for the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching, University of Michigan
    Holly Y. McGee, history faculty, University of Cincinnati
    pp. 92-110

See more about the journal issue project and the call for contributors at H-South.

Ohio Valley History is a refereed academic journal published by The Filson Historical Society, Cincinnati Museum Center, and University of Cincinnati. It is published in both print form and electronically on Project MUSE. https://muse.jhu.edu/journal/661