I just returned from the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) conference in North Charleston, SC. There, I met some incredible scholarly-sisters. Some of them were also my sorority sisters. One of them was a sister in art of long standing. I reflect now on it all. My faith… Continue reading return
It’s so nice hearing about the news that John Armfield and Isaac Franklin, two notorious slave dealers, are getting. But I hope that we do not fail to tell the story from the point of view of the enslaved and freedpeople, something I have tried to do with Remember Me to Miss Louisa. Not doing… Continue reading tell a full story
My sorority sister kindly pointed me to this video I’d earlier seen. Fitting as today is the 84th birthday of my late former father in law Grant Green. Happy Birthday, Grant! You’re keeping it funky!
Just proctored the final final exam for my American Civilization Since 1865 class. It is my FINAL final because I am tired of being assigned to the last day of final exams for several years now. The end of finals week is a time when the students want to get out of here and some… Continue reading space matters feedback
Happy to be interviewed by Discovering Alabama in Capitol Park where earliest leaders met before the state capital moved to Montgomery in 1846. The ruins of the building where they met still stands. My students and I run through the park in this video. We shall address transportation during the interview, if memory serves. And… Continue reading discovering alabama
HY 104 – American Civilization Since 1865 – Dr. Green Study Guide for Final Exam Spring 2019 What is détente? What is the Strategic Defense Initiative, or Star Wars? Who is Phyllis Schlafly? What is Proposition 13? What is neoliberalism? Who is Jimmy Carter and why does the Panama Canal matter to his legacy? What… Continue reading Let’s do it
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