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Oral Histories from the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement

With a two-year grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, USM's Center for Oral History and Cultural Heritage will be digitizing its collection of Civil Rights Movement interviews and bringing them to the public online. Read the story here.

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Flashback
1973
The year Schoolhouse Rock debuted on ABC and Marlon Brando turned down an Oscar, check out what was going on on the Southern Miss campus!

New at Mississippi Moments

In 1962, Fannie Lou Hamer was a sharecropper’s wife, living on a plantation in Ruleville, Mississippi. In this week's episode, she recalls the first time she tried to register to vote. Listen here.

Herbert Randall Freedom Summer Photographs Now Online

The photographs include images of violence against volunteers, voter registration canvassing, the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, Freedom Schools, the Free Southern Theatre, and a picnic at the home of Vernon Dahmer.

View the photographs here.

The Economics of Hamas

Bob Pauly discusses Hamas's $70 million budget—where it comes from and what they're using it for--on Gulf Coast Morning Radio.

Part 1

Part 2

Gulf Coast Mornings Radio

Instructor of Paralegal Studies Robert Harenski appears on the Gulf Coast Mornings Radio Show on 104.9 FM each week.  This Wednesday, he discussed:

The Mississippi election investigation

What NOT to do while waiting on your verdict,

The DEA probe of the NFL

A New Reading of James' "The will to believe"

David Holley, Chair of Philosophy and Religion, has an article forthcoming in Religious Studies.

Read his article here: "Practical considerations and evidence in James’s permission to believe."

"That boy seems already oddly fond of you..."

An article by the English Department's Eric Tribunella has been selected as the best article published in children's literature in 2012 by the Children's Literature Association.

Read his article here:

"Between Boys: Edward Stevenson's Left to Themselves (1891) and the Birth of Gay Children's Literature"

 

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Why Do Mexican Restaurants Serve Free Chips?

The Freakonomics folks answer this question this week on their podcast, which includes an interview with Andrew P. Haley of the A&L History Department.

Listen to the podcast here.

Temporary Protected Status

in the U.S.

Madeline Messick, a doctoral candidate in USM's International Development program co-authored an article (with Claire Bergeron) entitled, "Temporary Protected Status in the United States: A Grant of Humanitarian Relief that Is Less than Permanent."

Read Messick's article at migrationpolicy.org.

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