Archive for the 'SOHP' Category

Video of the Week: Larry J. Griffin on the Southern Past

Larry J. Griffin, of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, gives his talk “Race, Memory, and Historical Responsibility: What Do Southerners Do with a Difficult Past?” at The Long Civil Rights Movement: Histories, Politics, Memories, a conference hosted by the Southern Oral History Program, April 2-4, 2009. For more video, visit the LCRM Common Room.

Meet Gene Nichol

Gene Nichol, LCRM conference panelist and Board of Consultant member among many other roles, was recently on WUNC’s The State of Things to discuss his life and his position as Director of the Center on Poverty, Work and Opportunity at UNC. You can listen to the interview online here and get a chance to meet Gene Nichol.

Video of the Week: Kathryn L. Nasstrom on Historical Memory

Kathryn L. Nasstrom of the University of San Francisco comments on the panel “Race, Memory, and Reconciliation,” which featured papers by Renee C. Romano and Larry J. Griffin. The panel was part of “The Long Civil Rights Movement: Histories, Politics, Memories,” a conference hosted by the Southern Oral History Program, April 2-4, 2009. For more video, visit the LCRM Common Room.

Video of the Week: Michael Lienesch on Conservative Politics

Michael Lienesch of the University of North Carolina comments on papers by Matthew D. Lassiter and Joseph Crespino given at “The Long Civil Rights Movement: Histories, Politics, Memories,” a conference hosted by the Southern Oral History Program, April 2-4, 2009. For more video, visit the LCRM Common Room.

Video of the Week: Karen Kruse Thomas on Jim Crow Health Policy

Karen Kruse Thomas of Johns Hopkins University gives her talk, “Deluxe Jim Crow Health Policy: The Bridge between the New Deal and the Civil Rights Movement,” at The Long Civil Rights Movement: Histories, Politics, Memories, a conference hosted by the Southern Oral History Program, April 2-4, 2009. For more video, visit the LCRM Common Room.

Video of the Week: Paul Ortiz on Black and Brown Workers

Paul Ortiz of the University of Florida comments on papers by Zaragosa Vargas and William P. Jones at The Long Civil Rights Movement: Histories, Politics, Memories, a conference hosted by the Southern Oral History Program, April 2-4, 2009. For more video, visit the LCRM Common Room.

Video of the Week: Zaragosa P. Vargas on Mexican-American Activists

Zaragosa Vargas of the University of California at Santa Barbara gives his talk, “The Other Struggle for Equal Rights: Mexican-American Labor Activists Fight for Political Rights in South Texas, 1946-1963,” at The Long Civil Rights Movement: Histories, Politics, Memories, a conference hosted by the Southern Oral History Program, April 2-4, 2009. For more video, visit the LCRM Common Room.

Video of the Week: John C. Boger on Liberty and Equality

John C. Boger, Dean of the University of North Carolina’s School of Law, discusses papers by Nancy MacLean and Robert O. Self at The Long Civil Rights Movement: Histories, Politics, Memories, a conference hosted by the Southern Oral History Program, April 2-4, 2009. For more video, visit the LCRM Common Room.

Video of the Week: Robert O. Self on the privacy quandary

Robert O. Self of Brown University gives his talk, “Sexual Citizenship and the Privacy Quandary in American Politics, 1965-1976” at The Long Civil Rights Movement: Histories, Politics, Memories, a conference hosted by the Southern Oral History Program, April 2-4, 2009. For more videos, visit the LCRM Common Room.

Video of the Week: Yohuru Williams on Black Power

Rounding out our Black Power series, Yohuru Williams of Fairfield University reflects on historical narrative and Black Power as he comments on Peniel E. Joseph’s paper at The Long Civil Rights Movement: Histories, Politics, Memories, a conference hosted by the Southern Oral History Program, April 2-4, 2009.

See more conference video in the LCRM Common Room.