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Monunental Issues: Thinking about Monuments in Public Spaces

A Program of the Knox County Public Library and Humanities Tennessee
Where: 
East Tennessee History Center Bilo Nelson Auditorium
When: 
Monday, October 16, 2017 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Why do some monuments provide powerful emotions while others are largely forgotten?  This public presentation will provide a broader context for debates about historical monuments to help Tennesseans think about the role these markers play in communities today.

Presented by Dr. Ellen K. Daugherty, Professor of Art History, Memphis College of Art and Dr. Jeffrey H. Jackson, J.J. McComb Professor of History, Rhodes College, Memphis. A program of the Knox County Public Library and Humanities Tennessee.

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