A historian of epidemics, Jacob Steere-Williams takes stock of what the coronavirus has taught us and reflects on some of the takeways, good and bad.
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.
Wes Dudgeon, the chair of the Department of Health and Human Performance, talks about his love of sports, his area of expertise and his favorite office memento.
The College of Charleston will host a panel discussion on Wednesday, March 27, 2019, to commemorate the 65th anniversary of the hallmark Supreme Court decision Brown vs. Board of Education.
Professor Joe Kelly's new book takes a closer look at how the settlers of Jamestown survived a life marooned in the Virginia wilderness and shaped American values.
Under the direction of Bernard Powers, professor emeritus of history, the new center will examine the impact of slavery and race-related issues in Charleston, the surrounding region, and the College.
History major Michelle Adams '00 helps to present and preserve the oldest port in the U.S. in her role at the St. Augustine Lighthouse and Maritime Museum.
Under the direction of three CofC alumni, the Lowcountry Maritime Society offers children hands-on learning opportunities through its boatbuilding program.
The College will host a conference titled “Freedoms Gained and Lost: Reinterpreting Reconstruction in the Atlantic World” from March 16-March 18, 2018, at Addlestone Library.
The College is offering several classes examining the culture, history and art of Cuba as part of the semester-long Cuba en el Horizonte project.