Bottimore Lecture

After Charleston and Charlottesville: The Future of Confederate History

Thursday, October 18, 2018

7:30 pm
International Center Commons, Weinstein International Center, University of Richmond
Free, reservations recommended.

How have - and how should - the national soul-searching about the Confederacy and its legacies affect the way students of Civil War history engage with their subject? What does the future hold for the study of Confederate history in the wake of Charleston and Charlottesville? 

The 2018 Elizabeth Roller Bottimore lecture will address those and other questions in what promises to be a thoughtful and freewheeling discussion between two of America's most prominent scholars and Civil War public historians - Dr. Gary Gallagher and Dr. Edward Ayers. 

The Carole Weinstein International Center is building #52 on this map. Parking will be available in lots R19 and R20.

For questions about the lecture, please contact John Coski
 

 

 

 

Watch Previous Bottimore Lectures

2017 - How Do We Know What We Know about the Civil War? with Dr. Yael Sternhell Watch video

2016- The Cause of All Nations with Dr. Don Doyle- Watch video 

2015- Ulysses S. Grant at the End of the Sesquicentennial with Dr. Joan Waugh- Watch video

2014- When Mettle Meets Metal: The Hard Realities of Civil War Soldiering with Dr. Stephen Berry- Watch video

2013- Remembering the Civil War with Dr. Caroline Janney- Watch video

2010- Showdowns in Virginia: The Debates over Slavery & Secession, 1832 & 1861 with Dr. William Freehling- Watch video

2009- Presidents Lincoln and Davis at Home with William Seale- Watch video

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