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Published: Nov 30 2021
Size: 6 x 9
Illustrations: 13 b&w halftones
edited by Robert Greene II and Tyler D. Parry
Robert Greene II is assistant professor of history at Claflin University.
Tyler D. Parry is assistant professor of African American and African diaspora studies at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
"This groundbreaking and insightful volume is filled with rich and dynamic stories of how Black people shaped the University of South Carolina from its founding to the present. It masterfully illuminates the interconnection of race and education in the American South."—Keisha N. Blain, co-editor of #1 NYT bestseller 400 Souls
"This thoughtful collection of essays tells an important story. Invisible No More is a significant contribution to the history of the University of South Carolina."—Walter Edgar, author of South Carolina: A History
"Invisible No More powerfully centers Black lives in shaping the University of South Carolina before 1865, to a brief Reconstruction-era integration, through the age of segregation, and into the twenty-first century. This essential volume represents an exciting contribution to a growing field rethinking how we understand universities in American society."—Kirt von Daacke, University of Virginia
"Moving chronologically from slavery to present day, Invisible No More provides an overview of African American experiences at the University of South Carolina. This thought-provoking work is a must-read for higher education professionals, in the U.S. and abroad, who are grappling with their complex histories and who wish to tell these stories."—Jody Lynn Allen, William & Mary
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