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Title:Virtual First Friday | The Lost Cause & Civil War Memory
Duration:01:05:06
Viewed:366
Published:06-12-2023
Source:Youtube

(This program was recorded during a live virtual Zoom lecture on 9/4/2020.) As Americans grapple with our country’s long history of racial inequality, symbols of the Confederacy such as monuments and battle flags have become flashpoints for conflict, because of their association with the slaveholding past. At issue is the way we collectively remember the Civil War and why it happened, along with its implications for the present day. Kentuckians, in particular, may find the Civil War’s legacy in their state confusing. The Commonwealth remained in the Union throughout the War, yet it is now home to numerous monuments honoring Confederate soldiers and leaders. Why? How and when did this shift take place? A Kentucky native, Dr. Marshall is an Associate Professor of History at Mississippi State University. She earned her B.A. at Centre College and her M.A. and Ph.D. at the University of Georgia. Dr. Marshall has published extensively on the subject of Civil War memory, including her 2010 book, Creating a Confederate Kentucky: The Lost Cause and Civil War Memory in a Border State.



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