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Cincinnati professor to lecture on troubles post-Civil War

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Khialee Boyles, Contributing Writer

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Christopher Phillips of the Organization of American Historians will be lecturing on “The Politics of Region, Irreconciliation, and Civil War Memory in the American Heartland” on Sept. 13. Phillips is the author of seven books, and his most recent book, “The Rivers Ran Backward: The Civil War and Remaking of the American Middle Border,” received numerous awards and recognitions. All students, faculty and staff are welcome at the event.

Who: Christopher Phillips’ lecture is open to all students, faculty and staff

What: “The Politics of Region, Irreconciliation, and Civil War Memory in the American Heartland”

When: Sept. 13, 5-7 p.m.

Where: Gorgas Library Room 205

Why:

Phillips will discuss the troubled times following the Civil War, according to Donna Adcock, director of public relations for University libraries.

“Dr. Phillips will offer new insights and discuss how the Civil War was more than a conflict pitting the North against the South, but one within the West that permanently reshaped American regions,” Adcock said.

 

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