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History Presentations

The Impact of Racial Reconciliation and Collective Memory: the Parker-Dailey Panel
Panel Presentation: As one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, Charleston, South Carolina serves as the world’s primary understanding of racism and the legacy of slavery in the Antebellum South. Ten fellows participated in the Parker Dailey Fellowship to begin unpacking the function of collective memory and how we continue to commemorate the system of institutionalized racism. During the trip, students confronted their personal perspectives on race and racism whilst analyzing the historical memory of black and white Charlestonians. By engaging the complicated history of Charleston as tourists, students were offered a unique perspective supplemented with personal anecdotes and local perspectives. The panel will discuss the experiences of the students throughout the trip and will consist of six student participants but prepared collectively by the Fellows. Collin Nji, Shahanaaz Soumah, Patrick O’Hanlon, Lauren Dykes, Lyndsey Saunders, and Laura Ndour will speak on the panel. There are no individual abstracts, as the experiences from the students during the trip on Spring Break will all be about the same trip described above. Dr. Timothy Fritz will serve as the respondent of the panel to facilitate discussion and contribute insight from his experience on the trip as well.
Presenter: Lyndsey Saunders / Mentor: Timothy Fritz, Ph.D.

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