The College's Discovering Our Past Project is adding five new African American history tours to the multi-media website.
Nearly 50 faculty and staff have been reading and discussing Bettina Love's "We Want to Do More Than Survive," and the CofC community is invited to join the author for a virtual talk at 5 p.m. on March 11, 2021.
As the director of the College's Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston and the interim CEO of the International African American Museum, Bernard Powers is shedding light on new aspects of Black history.
The Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston sponsored a historic marker that highlights the history of the domestic slave trade at a building in downtown Charleston.
In celebration of the College’s 250th anniversary, a new multimedia website and app give an honest and expansive accounting of the school’s long and complex history like never before.
Bernard Powers will speak to members of the Class of 2020 at two of the College of Charleston's commencement ceremonies on Oct. 10, 2020.
On the fifth anniversary of the tragedy at Mother Emanuel AME Church, CofC Professor Emeritus Bernard Powers talks about how the church has turned darkness into hope throughout history, and how we can hold onto that hope even today.
Bernard Powers, professor emeritus of history and director of the Study of Slavery in Charleston, was recently awarded the ASALH’s prestigious Carter Godwin Woodson Scholars Medallion.
Bernard Powers, director of CofC's Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston, discusses the life of Denmark Vesey and why he should be considered among America's great freedom fighters.
The new Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston will help tell the story of slavery in the broadest possible way.