Lunch With Faculty: Malinda Maynor Lowery

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Tuesday, Nov. 14 | 11:30 a.m.
The Carolina Club
Cost: $25; GAA members pay only $15

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Dinner With Faculty (lunch edition) gives you the opportunity to dine and discuss with 11 participants and a popular UNC faculty member. This is the one opportunity where discussing religion and politics at the dinner table is perfectly acceptable. Lunch includes three courses plus coffee and tea. Jacket required for men; no jeans, please.

Faculty Member: Malinda Maynor Lowery


Malinda Maynor Lowery works in social and political history from interdisciplinary and non-traditional points of view. Her interests include Native American history, southern history, historical geography, foodways, music, race and ethnicity, identity, and community-engaged research, including documentary film and oral history. Her current book manuscript in-progress is The Lumbee Indians: An American Struggle (under advance contract at University of North Carolina Press). She is also working on three articles: “‘You Seem Like a Pied Man:’ Racial Ambiguity and Murder in Montgomery County, Georgia, 1893,” (under review at the Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era); “Kinship and Capitalism in the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations” (book chapter under review at the University of Nebraska Press); and “‘White in Fact But Black in Theory’: The Story of Charlie Patton, ‘King of the Delta Blues’” (in progress).

Lunch Details

Cost is fully refundable for any cancellation made three weeks prior to the event. Any cancellations made two weeks prior to the event are subject to a 50 percent cancellation fee. No cost is refunded if the cancellation is made the week of the event.