Fall 2022 Courses
Christian K. Anderson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Higher Education & Ph.D. Program Coordinator
Department of Educational Leadership and Policies
University of South Carolina
310 Wardlaw College Columbia, SC 29208
(803) 777-6702 (office)
(803) 777-3090 (fax)
Richard T. Greener
Resources about Richard T. Greener, Harvard's first Black graduate (1870) and the University of South Carolina's first Black professor (1873-77) are available here.
2022 Richard T. Grener Lecture
The 2022 Richard T. Greener Lecture features Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher Murray, bestselling authors of The Personal Librarian, their novel about the extraordinary life of Belle da Costa Greene who became J.P. Morgan's personal librarian. She was born Belle Marion Greener, daughter of Richard T. Greener and Genevieve Ida Fleet, but along with her mother and siblings she passed as white and hid her true identity.
The 2022 Richard T. Greener Lecture will be moderated by Augusta Baker Endowed Chair Dr. Nicole Cooke. Books will be available for purchase from Odd Bird Books for the book signing that will follow.
1431 Assembly St.
Thursday, September 8, 2022
6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
More details available on the Richland Library website. This year's lecture is co-sponsored by the Center for Innovation & Inclusion in Higher Education, the Augusta Baker Endowment, and Richland Library. Contact Christian Anderson with inquiries.
The History of American College Football
Available from Routledge: Anderson, Christian K. and Amber C. Fallucca (Eds.). (2021). The History of American College Football: Institutional Policy, Culture, and Reform. New York: Routledge. (Those with library access at UofSC can access it here.)