My latest blog post is on my new blog and can be found here here, or cut and paste this https://sharonygreenblog.wordpress.com/2022/04/30/students-continue-grappling-with-memory/
For more, see this link or cut and paste this one https://sharonygreenblog.wordpress.com/2022/04/27/burlap-drop-sharing-went-well/
My husband and I took a quick road trip to Mississippi. Came home lighter. Find out why here on my blog’s new site or cut and paste this link here https://sharonygreenblog.wordpress.com/2022/04/24/quick-mississippi-delta-road-trip-soothes/
Latest post on my new blog is here. Or cut and paste this https://sharonygreenblog.wordpress.com/2022/04/20/where-to-start-oh-what-the-heck-go-hilary/?fbclid=IwAR1sAsSqHB0iojsMUWiCP5Rrp6AlOlDffFJShEnD-MembMec9AJVgmVnfXE Dr. Hilary Green, my dear friend, I will miss you!! Run! You did it!!
Please pardon the cross-posting as I began using my other blog more, but good news: Speaking of the archive, my screenplay Rain Come Soon, which relies in-part on the Ballard Papers as revealed in my book Remember Me to Miss Louisa, was just table read by professional actors in London. Thank you Angela, Londonshire Films & the lovely… Continue reading Rain Come Soon Table Read
Ripped copies of antebellum letters from a Tuscaloosa planter shows the limits of silences in the archive. What all did someone not want others to know about an enslaved man-turned-architect? For more, see my blog entry here. Or if you can’t see the link, cut and paste this https://sharonygreenblog.wordpress.com/2022/04/16/ripped/
Hi All: See latest post here. If you’re following me on my new blog, thanks!!
As mentioned, I am blogging in a new site given the storage issues here and high costs. To see my latest post, hit this link. And please follow me at https://sharonygreenblog.wordpress.com.
Hi All… My storage is up here. I am moving on to a new blog. Please continue the journey with me here. And if that link does not work, cut and paste https://sharonygreenblog.wordpress.com/ .
Bringing these bricks into my last lecture with Antebellum America. For weeks I’ve walked by and watched Facilities complete this bench. Only today I learned (thanks Hilary Green) that this sitting area pays homage to UA Presidents. I learned the bricks came from Bryce Hospital. The Facilities folks told me that weeks ago. Enslaved artisans… Continue reading brick house