Enjoy this social media roundup of our 2017 Charlotte Summer Foodways Symposium.
Charlotte’s Central Avenue reveals the city’s shifting demographics, from white, working-class textile mill employees in the early twentieth century to new immigrants in the 1990s. These new Southerners shaped a new Charlotte.
Oliver Merino is the Latino New South Coordinator at the Levine Museum of the New South in Charlotte, helping to plan programming that reflects and speaks to the Latino experience of the “New South.”
Pacino Mancillas is the co-leader of the AC&M Group multicultural marketing agency. The agency connects Charlotte businesses to Latino consumers, and Latino businesses to the wider Charlotte community.
Victoria Bouloubasis will present our Oral History Cavalcade at our Summer Foodways Symposium in Charlotte.
Wandering around Charlotte, you’ll likely come across colorful, eye-catching murals on public buildings. Some of the most striking of them were painted by artist and activist Rosalia Torres-Weiner.
At the Summer Symposium in Charlotte, Michael Graff will offer an up-to-date portrait of the city.
From the classic to the unexpected, Kathleen Purvis will connect essential Charlotte dishes to their historical moments.
Julie Weise’s research focuses on themes of citizenship and migration in hemispheric and global contexts.