An initiative of the Carolina Lowcountry and Atlantic World Program, the Hines Prize is awarded to the best first book manuscript relating to any aspect of the Carolina Lowcountry and/or the Atlantic world.
A lecture titled "Ancestries of Enslavement" will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2019, in room 101 of the Rita Liddy Hollings Science Center.
In honor of Black History Month, several College of Charleston departments, clubs, organizations and offices are sponsoring events both on and off campus.
Led by professor Ajani Ofunniyin, 'Rise Up!' is an event focused on the heritage and vital contributions of enslaved Africans in Charleston.
The Carolina Lowcountry and Atlantic World Program is hosting a film series exploring the cultural connections between South Carolina's Gullah communities and Sierra Leone.
The Jewish Historical Society of South Carolina and the College of Charleston present a conference titled "Memory, Monuments, and Memorials."
The Irish and Irish American Studies program is hosting the talk “Move the Statues and Take Down the Flags" on April 10, 2018.
The College of Charleston is embarking on a semester-long series aimed at giving voice to sociological trauma and the ways in which societies, countries and cultures have worked to heal from conflict.