African American Migration in the South, an Interview

When we think of a Southerner it’s often a shorthand for white, but these are people who are also Southern and see themselves as very much tied to the land through history and through their labor, both in the era of slavery and in the era of emancipation.

Podcast: African Americans and the Globalization of White Supremacy, Part 1

On this episode we play the first of our two-part interview with historian and author Andrew Zimmerman on his new book, Alabama in Africa: Booker T. Washington, the German Empire, and the Globalization of the New South.

Book Review: Liberation Theology Along the Potomac

This book is a history about the theology of the European settlers in Maryland and especially about the Catholics in the first half of the 17th century during the period of the English Civil War (1640-1660).