Tag: Education

Soundscapes Are Not Monolithic

Soundscapes Are Not Monolithic

Kristofer Graham

Like Black culture, soundscapes are not a monolith. In these personal essays, Black educators in North Carolina reflect on the intersections of their own identities and how they create and make meaning of soundscapes in their educational practice.

“We’re Not Just Shooting the Breeze”

“We’re Not Just Shooting the Breeze”

Matt Sakakeeny, photographs by Abdul Aziz

This is a coming-of-age story of kids who play in southern marching bands and the teachers who mentor them. In the South, "show-style" bands are Black excellence personified.

We Are Here

We Are Here

Meredith L. McCoy

At 7:00 a.m., the first students arrive at the gym. Sleepy but excited, they begin setting up, making sure there are chairs for dancers and tables for vendors, organizations, and T-shirts. Finally, it’s powwow weekend. It will be hours until the singers and dancers show up, but the vendors are already here, having left home early in the morning to sell their jewelry, leatherwork, and shawls. Warm-ups and grand entry are about to begin, and these are the last quiet moments before conversations, drums, jingles, and singing announce to the campus community: this is us. We are here.

Changing Approaches, New Directions in Southern Studies

Changing Approaches, New Directions in Southern Studies

David Moltke-Hansen
Sushi South: Teaching Southern Culture in Japan

Sushi South: Teaching Southern Culture in Japan

Anne Goodwyn Jones
Haiku

Haiku

C. Vann Woodward
To Conserve a Legacy American Art from Historically Black Colleges and Universities by Richard J. Powell and Jock Reynolds, and: Art in Mississippi 1720–1980 by Patti Carr Black (Review)

To Conserve a Legacy American Art from Historically Black Colleges and Universities by Richard J. Powell and Jock Reynolds, and: Art in Mississippi 1720–1980 by Patti Carr Black (Review)

Dale Volberg Reed
Adolescent Honor and College Student Behavior in the Old South

Adolescent Honor and College Student Behavior in the Old South

Christopher A. Bjornsen
What is Progress?: Desegregating an Indian School in Robeson County, North Carolina

What is Progress?: Desegregating an Indian School in Robeson County, North Carolina

Malinda Maynor
Halls of Honor: College Men in the Old South (Review)

Halls of Honor: College Men in the Old South (Review)

Peter S. Carmichael
Teaching Gone With the Wind in the Socialist Republic of Vietnam

Teaching Gone With the Wind in the Socialist Republic of Vietnam

Mart A. Stewart
Teaching Southern Lit in Black and White

Teaching Southern Lit in Black and White

Michael Kreyling