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The Lowcountry Digital History Initiative is excited to announce the online exhibition, “Remembering Individuals, Remembering Communities: Septima P. Clark and Public History in Charleston,” written by Katherine Mellen Charron, North … Read More

Professor Mari Crabtree will give a talk that explores how Baldwin and Coates differ in their diagnoses of the nation’s ills and in their visions for the course of the … Read More

Avery Hosts Exhibition Opening June 25

Posted on 23 June 2016 | 10:39 am

Saturday, June 25, 4-6PM, Avery Research Center (125 Bull Street) The Avery Research Center is pleased to announce the opening of the updated permanent exhibition Avery: The Spirit That Would Not … Read More

The Lowcountry Digital History Initiative, Lowcountry Africana, and the College of Charleston’s Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture are pleased to present a new online exhibition, “A … Read More

Brown Bag Series: “Practical Theology for Church Diversity,” Ken Walden, PhD, Hood Theological Seminary, Avery Research Center, 11 am-12:15 pm (Please note the time change due to College of Charleston … Read More

Lecture: “Opening the Closed Society,” Susan Glisson, PhD, William Winter Institute at the University of Mississippi, Avery Research Center, April 14th, 6:00 pm Long known as the bastion of American … Read More

Congratulations to everyone at Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture. The Avery Messenger has been honored by the South Carolina State Library as one of ten recipients of the Notable … Read More

Monday, Jan. 25 at 7:00pm, Thaddeus Street Jr. Education Center, 25 St. Philip Street, Room 118. Film Screening of America Street – Introduction and Q&A session with Director Travis Pearson. Free and open … Read More

TOMORROW! Public Discussion: “Moving from Crisis to Action: A Public Health Approach to Reducing Gun Violence,” Mother Emanuel AME Church, Charleston, SC, Dec. 4th, 9:00 am-7:30 pm Co-sponsored by the … Read More

Brown Bag Series: “Somebody Had To Do It: First Children in School Desegregation,” Millicent Brown, PhD, Somebody Had To Do It Project Director and Independent Scholar, Avery Research Center, Dec … Read More