Civil Rights Memorials - intro

| Oct 08, 2009

Civil Rights Memorials and African-American Urban Landscapes in the Twentieth Century South.

October 8-12, 2009.

By Martin J. Holland

This is the first of three accounts by SAH fellowship recipients discussing the recent SAH study tour that examined civil rights memorials in the South. For those of you interested in a day by day, moment by moment account of what we saw, I would strongly suggest that you subscribe to Twitter, and sign up to get tweets from theSAH_Study_Tour which will not only provide you with what occurred from October 8-12, 2009, but with any luck, all future SAH study tours as well. It is a great way to feel part of a Society of Architectural Historians tour, even if you are unable to attend.

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