Programs

21 12, 2022

Ties that Bind: The Story of an Afro-Cherokee Family in Slavery and Freedom by Tiya Miles

2022-12-21T11:32:38-06:00

Ties that Bind tells the story of Shoe Boots, a Cherokee warrior and farmer, and Doll, an African slave he acquired in the late [...]

Ties that Bind: The Story of an Afro-Cherokee Family in Slavery and Freedom by Tiya Miles2022-12-21T11:32:38-06:00
12 12, 2022

Southern But Not Country: The Interwar Career of Nashville Bandleader Francis Craig

2022-12-28T10:40:18-06:00

Nashville dance bandleader Francis Craig (1900–1966) cultivated a regional and national audience from the 1920s through the 1940s via broadcasts on WSM radio, a [...]

Southern But Not Country: The Interwar Career of Nashville Bandleader Francis Craig2022-12-28T10:40:18-06:00
12 12, 2022

Marching with Purpose: The Legacy of HBCU Music Programs in Tennessee

2022-12-28T09:47:40-06:00

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have made indelible, but underappreciated, contributions to the Tennessee musical landscape for over one hundred years. In this [...]

Marching with Purpose: The Legacy of HBCU Music Programs in Tennessee2022-12-28T09:47:40-06:00
25 07, 2022

Session 4: Mastodons to Mississippians: Adventures in Nashville’s Deep Past by Aaron Deter-Wolf and Dr. Tanya M. Peres

2022-12-21T11:29:49-06:00

During the period between 1000 and 1425 CE, a thriving indigenous culture, the Middle Cumberland Mississippians, lived along the Cumberland River. Public spaces stretched [...]

Session 4: Mastodons to Mississippians: Adventures in Nashville’s Deep Past by Aaron Deter-Wolf and Dr. Tanya M. Peres2022-12-21T11:29:49-06:00
25 07, 2022

Session 3: Full Court Press: How Pat Summitt, a High School Basketball Player, and a Legal Team Changed the Game by William Haltom and Amanda Swanson

2022-12-21T11:28:43-06:00

In 1976, the case Victoria Cape v. the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association changed how girls played basketball. Cape, a junior at Oak Ridge [...]

Session 3: Full Court Press: How Pat Summitt, a High School Basketball Player, and a Legal Team Changed the Game by William Haltom and Amanda Swanson2022-12-21T11:28:43-06:00
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