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Listen to Author Brent Morris on LibraryVoicesSC Podcast Episode 19

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Katie and Curtis sit down with USC Beaufort associate professor and author Dr. J. Brent Morris to discuss his newly-published book, Yes, Lord, I Know the Road: A History of African Americans in South Carolina, 1526-2008 at the May 4th's Speaker @ the Center.

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Women Speak: Celebrating Women and Art - LibraryVoicesSC Podcast Episode 18

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Pamela and Katie sit down with local artists Amy Loftis Alley, Jessica Dame, Michaela Pilar Brown, Ginny Merett, Alexandra White, and Sandy Knowles to discuss the importance of art, the importance of women & women in art, and women's issues through an artist's lens. Check out this episode of LibraryVoicesSC, the podcast of the SC State Library.

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Talking writing, libraries, and more with Jacqueline Woodson - LibraryVoicesSC Episode 17

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Jacqueline Woodson

Pamela and Andersen talk writing, libraries, and more with the 2017 Arbuthnot Lecture author Jacqueline Woodson.  Ever wonder what Jacqueline Woodson would do if she wasn't a writer? What are some of her childhood memories of libraries? How does she choose names for characters? Listen to find out answers to these questions and more.

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Wintertime Botany with Curator John Nelson - LibraryVoicesSC Podcast Episode 13

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Pamela Hoppock and guest hosts Sean Gruber and Andersen Cook chat with Dr. John Nelson, curator of USC's A.C. Moore Herbarium. The interview touches on the herbarium's history, Dr. Nelson's winter botany talk, his discovery of a new species of hedge nettle, and, of course, the smelling of sticks.

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Listen to an interview with John Sherrer

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Katie Simmons and Dr. Curtis Rogers sit down with John M. Sherrer to discuss how he developed his interest in community history and delve deeper into Mr. Sherrer's book, Remembering Columbia. Along the way, they discuss Historic Columbia, visual literacy, and the many access points to historical information about Columbia available to anyone interested.

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