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Opening Reception- Black Medicine/ White Bodies

Presented by McKissick Museum

January 19, 2017

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Gallery talk with Guest curator Liz Wakefield, and USC Assistant Professor of Anthropology and African American Studies Carlina de la Cova.  Black Medicine/White Bodies: An Investigation of Charleston's Yellow Fever Epidemics 1854-1871 focuses on the role of traditional African folk healers in the South Carolina Lowcountry. The exhibit examines the lasting approaches to healthcare and treatment of disease by ...more


Stanley Nelson Film Series: A Place of Our Own

Presented by History Center, Department of History

March 1, 2017

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Stanley Nelson Film Series: "A Place of Our Own"


Faculty Spotlight Series with Associate Professor Lauren Sklaroff

Presented by History Center, Department of History at Tapp's Arts Center, Columbia

March 16, 2017

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Faculty Spotlight Series featuring Associate Professor Lauren Sklaroff. She will be presenting her research with a paper called: "Introducing the 'First Lady of Show Business': The Incredibly...more

Stanley Nelson Film Series: "The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution"

Presented by History Center, Department of History

March 16, 2017

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Stanley Nelson Film series: "The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution"

Talk back with Kathleen Cleaver


Nature of Spring with Rudy Mancke

Presented by McKissick Museum

March 21, 2017

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Can you feel it? The seasons are cha-cha-changing. The spring equinox signals the time to head back to McKissick for some education and entertainment. The Nature of Spring with Rudy Mancke will...more

Doctuh Buzzard's Hoodoo Awakening

Presented by McKissick Museum

March 28, 2017

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A performance by Hoodoo doctor, Andy Tate, on the practice of Hoodoo, its material culture, and its uses to help people attain power, success, luck in many areas of life. Held at Greene Street...more

Holocaust Remembered

Presented by McKissick Museum

January 9 - April 8, 2017

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Holocaust Remembered recalls the harrowing history of World War II. It follows the history of the Nazis and their collaborators throughout Europe and clarifies the aim of their “Final...more

Black Medicine/White Bodies

Presented by McKissick Museum

January 12 - May 6, 2017

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Black Medicine/White Bodies: An Investigation of Charleston’s Yellow Fever Epidemics 1854-1871 focuses on the role of traditional African folk healers in the South Carolina Lowcountry. The...more

Costa Rica Connections: USC Study Abroad International Perspectives on Higher Education

Presented by McKissick Museum

January 27 - May 27, 2017

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The University of South Carolina has a robust study abroad program, but it is not just for students. Faculty and staff, many of whom have never studied abroad before, are invited to participate in...more

Nature of Summer with Rudy Mancke

Presented by McKissick Museum

June 20, 2017

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Bring on the head and another talk with our Naturalist-in-Residence Rudy Mancke. As we move into another season, let’s sit down with Rudy for the Nature of Summer on June 20th from 12pm to 1pm...more

Nature of Fall with Rudy Mancke

Presented by McKissick Museum

February 19 - September 19, 2017

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The leaves are changing, the nights are cool, and it’s that time again. Time for USC Naturalist-in-Residence Rudy Mancke to introduce us to fall. The Nature of Fall, our quarterly, lunch hour...more

Nature of Winter with Rudy Mancke

Presented by McKissick Museum

December 18, 2017

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As we sprint toward 2018, let’s not forget our favorite Naturalist Rudy Mancke. Rudy will be discussing the Nature of Winter, our quarterly lunch hour talk, on December 18th from 12pm to 1pm....more

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