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Charlottesville Syllabus: Civil War Memory Lectures and Panel Discussions

The Charlottesville Syllabus is a resource created by the University of Virginia's Graduate Student Coalition for Liberation. Also includes materials from Professor Walter D. Greason's Monmouth University course on collective racial violence

Thomas Brown, “Overview of Civil War Monuments,” American Civil War Museum, 25 February 2017, C-SPAN.

Christy Coleman, “Controversy Over Civil War Monuments and Memorials,” American Civil War Museum,” 25 February 2017, C-SPAN.

Ervin Jordan, “Controversy Over Robert E. Lee Monuments,” American Civil War Museum, 25 February 2017, C-SPAN.

James Loewen, “Confederate Monuments and Memorials,” American Civil War Museum, 25 February 2017, C-SPAN.

Troy Harman, “Monuments at Gettysburg: Context and Beyond,” Gettysburg National Military Park, Winter 2015, YouTube.

John Hennessy, “Freedom, the Civil War and its Complicated Legacy,” Gettysburg National Military Park, Spring 2016, YouTube.

Cynthia Mills, “Civil War Monuments,” Smithsonian Institution, 19 July 2012, YouTube.

Timothy Sedore, “Context of Civil War Monuments,” American Civil War Museum, 25 February 2017, C-SPAN.

Panel Discussion: “Confederate Flag, Slavery, and Modern Racism,” National Cathedral, Washington, D.C., 26 October 2016, C-SPAN.

Panel Discussion: “Origins of the Lost Cause,” Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College, 18 June 2016, C-SPAN.

Panel Discussion on Civil War Monuments, American Civil War Museum, 25 February 2017, C-SPAN.

Panel Discussion: “Charleston and its Aftermath: History, Symbols, Policy,” Yale University, 21 September 2015. YouTube.

Panel Discussion: “The American Civil War: Legacies For Our Own Time,” Yale University, 29 March 2012.