Aggression and Sufferings: Settler Violence, Native Resistance, and the Coalescence of the Old South

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USC Lancaster Assistant Professor of History F. Evan Nooe’s "Aggression & Sufferings: Settler Violence, Native Resistance, and the Coalescence of the Old South" offers a bold reconceptualization of how the violence of settler expansion and Native American resistance remade the American South. Flipping the anthropological model of coalescence onto white Southerners reveals the development of a distinct regional identity forged through southern concepts of honor, Native defiance to forced removal, and the memorialization of settler victimhood. Presented in person and virtually. To attend via Zoom, register via this link: https://bit.ly/3QWoQRJ

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