RSVP Today for Pages From the Movements for Justice: Southern Exposure at 50
Join us on Saturday, March 11, 2023 at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Southern Exposure, the award-winning journal published 1973-2010 by the Institute for Southern Studies. Please RSVP here if you are interested in attending.
The program schedule is as follows:
Saturday, March 11, 2023 — Wilson Library, UNC-Chapel Hill campus
1:00 pm: Panel: Southern Exposure: Why We Did What We Did - An exploration of the birth of Southern Exposure and its roots in Southern movements, featuring founding Southern Exposure editors and Institute staff Bob Hall, Leah Wise, and Sue Thrasher
2:00 pm: Interact with the newly-released Southern Exposure digital archive and explore physical Southern Exposure and Institute-related archival material from the UNC Southern Historical Collection
2:30 pm: Panel: SE's Legacy: History, Writing, and Southern Movements Today - A look at the legacy of Southern Exposure and its lessons for today featuring historian Ajamu Amiri Dillahunt and Institute staff Benjamin Barber and Olivia Paschal
3:30 pm: Interact with the newly-released Southern Exposure digital archive and explore physical Southern Exposure and Institute-related archival material from the UNC Southern Historical Collection
4:00 pm: Doors close
This free event is a collaboration between the Institute for Southern Studies, UNC's Southern Historical Collection, North Carolina Collection, and the Center for the Study of the American South. Visit here for a map of the UNC campus.
Want to help carry on Southern Exposure's legacy? Make a donation to support the Institute and our 50th anniversary celebration!
Questions? Email us at SE50@southernstudies.org.