Seeking Third Panelist for the SHA 2023 Annual Meeting

Hello H-South, 

I am a first year PhD student at the University of Georgia. My colleage Cal and I are trying to put together a panel for the Southern Historical Association's 2023 annual meeting in Charlotte, NC, and need a third member. Our panel will examine how economic change has historically driven social change in the U.S. South. 

Getty opens access to 30,000 images of black diaspora in UK and US

"Photos dating back to 1800s made free to allow telling of black history stories beyond enslavement and colonisation.

A collection of almost 30,000 rarely seen images of the black diaspora in the UK and the US, dating from the 19th century to the present, has been launched as part of an educational initiative to raise awareness of the history of black people in the UK."

In Memoriam: Charles P. Roland, emeritus professor of History, University of Kentucky

Republished by permission and on behalf of Dr. Phil Harling.

It is with great sadness that I report to you the passing of Charles P. Roland, emeritus professor of History, on April 12, 2022, at the age of 104. An esteemed University of Kentucky faculty member for over 18 years, Dr. Roland was a distinguished scholar, beloved and talented teacher, and decorated World War II soldier.


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