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UO Today #768 guest: Timothy Williams

Timothy Williams, assistant professor of History in the Clark Honors College at the University of Oregon, discusses his monograph Intellectual Manhood: University, Self, and Society in the Antebellum South, and his co-edited volume Prison Pens: Gender, Memory, and Imprisonment in the Writings of Mollie Scollay and Wash Nelson, 1863-1866. In addition, he explains why it’s important to understand the intellectual and cultural history of the antebellum and Civil War South. Williams will be an Oregon Humanities Center Faculty Research Fellow during the 20-21 academic year, working on his current book project “Civil War Prisons and the Problem of Confederate Memory.”