The Lowcountry Digital History Initiative has debuted two new exhibits, 'Hidden Voices' and 'The Morris Street Business District,' which examine different aspects of Black history in the Lowcountry.
The College’s Pearlstine/Lipov Center for Southern Jewish Culture and the Jewish Heritage Collection have launched the 2020 page of Mapping Jewish Charleston, bringing the story of Jewish life in the Lowcountry to the present.
A new exhibit through the Lowcountry Digital History Initiative explores the complex history of Stono Preserve, a nearly 1,000-acre property owned by the College of Charleston.
Up until the early 1970s, upperclassmen made freshmen wear striped beanies called “rat caps” all day long their first semester.
The new Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston will help tell the story of slavery in the broadest possible way.
A new digital exhibit hosted by the College of Charleston's Lowcountry Digital History Initiative examines the life and memoir of former Charleston slave Samuel Williams.
A new digital exhibit by the Lowcountry Digital History Initiative, titled "Las Voces del Lowcountry," examines the history of Latino communities in the Carolinas.
Author Christopher Dickey will recount the wild tale of socialite Gertrude Sanford Legendre at an upcoming event hosted by the Friends of the Library at the College of Charleston.