The Carolina Lowcountry and Atlantic World Program at the College of Charleston announces that that historian Evan Turiano has been named the 2023 winner of the biennial Rachel Hines Prize for his manuscript, 'The Politics of Fugitive Slave Rendition and the Coming of the Civil War.'
The Mellon Foundation awarded $2 million to the Avery Research Center – the largest donation in the institution’s history.
The College of Charleston Libraries will host the event "Get the 411 on Podcasting" on April 11 to celebrate the latest addition to Addlestone Library: a pair of podcast and video studios.
The College of Charleston Libraries has been awarded a $150,000 grant from the Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation’s “Broadening Narratives” initiative in support of the new Lowcountry Oral History Initiative.
Created nearly three decades ago, the College's Jewish Heritage Collection and Oral History Archive has become a premier repository for Southern Jewish history.
Acclaimed author and College of Charleston English Professor Bret Lott has donated his personal papers to the College's Special Collections.
The John Edwin Mroz Global Leadership Institute is holding its Inaugural Convening at the College of Charleston, March 20–22, 2022. Guest speakers include the former deputy secretary of NATO and the current president of the National Endowment for Democracy.
The Faculty Lecture Series returns for the spring 2022 semester, featuring topics in psychology, women's health research, and the Honors College First-Year Experience curriculum.
As the new director of the Libraries’ Special Collections at CofC, Kelly Kerbow Hudson is emphasizing access and inclusion.
Simon Lewis, professor of English and speaker of the Faculty Senate, has been honored with the 2021 Governor’s Award in the Humanities.