Dr. Lander was a long- time Alumni Professor of History at Clemson University before his retirement in 1983. The Ernest M. Lander, Jr. Award for Excellence in Graduate Studies is named in his honor. He was was an extraordinarily respected historian who was very well known among Historians of the American South. Any example of his insights into Clemson’s history were on display in 2000 during his presidential colloquium titled, “Where we have been: personal reflections on Clemson’s past”, which can be read here.
Professor Burton's interview about the Texas Photo ID law will appear on “Reveal,” a weekly public radio show from The […]
Dr. Caroline Dunn (Clemson - History) and Dr. Emily Beck (College of Charleston - Hispanic Studies) organized the first meeting […]
An article about the popular train car and its role in American popular culture has been published here: http://www.zocalopublicsquare.org/2016/09/22/whatever-happened-little-red-caboose/viewings/glimpses/