Join the College of Charleston Friends of the Library and the Honors College to learn more about the exciting work of CofC faculty.
Our three-part Spring 2018 series, “Narrating Charleston on the Margins,” explores the myriad ways Charlestonians have identified themselves through time and space.
Faculty Lecture Series events are FREE and open to the public, but registration is required. A light lunch is provided.
The Damned Don’t Cry—
They Just Disappear
Award winning archivist and novelist Harlan Greene presents the life of author, adventurer, and literary trailblazer Harry Hervey (1900 – 1951).
Reconstruction’s Traces and Erasures in Gullah Narratives of Charleston
Tuesday, February 27 | 12:00 P.M. | Addlestone Library Rm. 227
Historian Julia Eichelberger explores the multiple meanings attached to Gullah narratives included in John Bennett’s Doctor to the Dead.
Poet Emily Rosko charts humanity’s enduring attachments to weather in science and art through readings from her latest collection.
About the College of Charleston Friends of the Library
The Friends of the Library supports and advances the work of the College of Charleston Libraries. From on-campus collaborations to the Winthrop Roundtable, FOL’s programming provides opportunities for lifelong learning that strengthen our community and connects the Library to luminaries across the Lowcountry and beyond. friends.cofc.edu
About the College of Charleston Honors College
The College of Charleston Honors College expands on partnerships between faculty and student by creating a vibrant living-learning community where personal attention gives the support students need to reach their goals during and after college. Inside the CofC Honors community, motivated students live, learn, and grow together while pursuing their unique interests and goals – everything from study abroad, internships, research and service projects at home and globally. honors.cofc.edu