Wow. If I didn’t have a standing meeting on Tuesdays, I would be seriously tempted to take this class. Tim Tyson is one of the most passionate and essential historians of race relations in the South, and we are blessed to have him with us here in North Carolina.
THE SOUTH IN BLACK AND WHITE
Southern History, Culture, and Politics in the 20th Century
A Course for NCCU, DUKE, UNC Students
& the GENERAL PUBLIC
January 16 – April 24, 2007
Tuesdays 7:00 – 9:30 PM
LOCATION: Hayti Heritage Center
Led by North Carolina’s own TIM TYSON (Blood Done Sign My Name), senior scholar at the Center for Documentary Studies, the course will furnish a wide front porch on Southern history. Weekly lecture, interviews, live music, poetry, dramatic performances, film clips, and opportunities for discussion.
– Duke Center for Documentary Studies: The South in Black and White