Browse Interviews (5 total)

Carol Carraco-Crowe covers several topics, but focuses mainly on her work as a scholar of Kentucky history. Carraco-Crowe was born in Georgia and received all of her post-secondary degrees from the University of Georgia. After obtaining her PhD she moved to Bowling Green to become a professor at Western Kentucky University. Carraco-Crowe, “likes…

Historian

In this 2000 interview, Marion B. Lucas, Professor Emeritus of the University of South Carolina, discusses his role in the documentation and discussion of the Civil War and the South. As stated in the interview, Lucas grew up in Jim Crow South Carolina and is a self-proclaimed early critic of segregation who formed an interest in the Civil War and…

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