alabama · Civil War · tuscaloosa

students impress during visit to local Transportation museum

Great visit today to Tuscaloosa’s Mildred Westervelt Warner Transportation Museum. I am grateful to my colleague Katherine Edge, the museum’s Director, for always being so helpful. She generously discussed our shared past. I was also grateful to see how my colleague Dr. Hilary Green’s expertise figured into the exhibit. The current exhibit is a part… Continue reading students impress during visit to local Transportation museum

alabama · American History · antebellum · public history

space matters…tonight

Geeked about the unveiling of the “Space Matters” digital installation this evening at the University of Alabama Gorgas’ House Museum & welcoming The New York Times bestselling author Dolen Perkins-Valdez, our keynote speaker. She will be touring UA with my cherished colleague Dr. Hilary Green¬†before her talk.¬†Special thanks to many including my colleague Dr. John… Continue reading space matters…tonight

alabama · southern history

great trip to see pre-Civil War Tuscaloosa exhibit at Transportation Museum

The Antebellum America students had a splendid visit to the Mildred Westervelt Warner Transportation Museum today. They saw an exhibit that puts on display what Tuscaloosa looked like before the Civil War. Katherine Richter Edge, the Director of the Museum, helped us see how power is in flux. This is the thesis for this course.… Continue reading great trip to see pre-Civil War Tuscaloosa exhibit at Transportation Museum