A 1,000-year-old battle sparks a fresh war among academics, amateurs

Battle recommenced this year when Mr. Livingston, a professor at The Citadel, South Carolina’s military college, released a book pinpointing Brunanburh as happening on the Wirral Peninsula, near Liverpool.

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Riley’s “Making of the International African American Museum” course airing on C-SPAN

The course featured leading global figures Riley engaged to contribute what Riley calls “the under-told stories of African American experiences.”

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Citadel begins demolishing historic Capers Hall and will construct a new academic building

Photo above: Demolition begins on The Citadel’s Capers Hall on June 8, 2021. Lauren Petracca/Staff As seen in The Post and Courier, by Thomas Novelly The Citadel started demolishing its

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Citadel cadets tour the International African American Museum site

Former mayor Joe Riley and Citadel cadets in his class toured the International African American Museum currently under construction.

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Charleston native and Air Force captain fashions activewear line for the gym

“I work out a lot because of my job, and I want to stay in shape,” said Johnson, a 2013 graduate of The Citadel who grew up in Hanahan.

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Medieval warfare catapults Citadel professor into history

If he weren’t such a medievalist, it would be tempting to call Citadel English professor Michael Livingston, Ph.D., a Renaissance man.

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How this Air Force captain turned her late-night sketches into an activewear line

Angel Johnson — originally from Hanahan, SC — graduated from The Citadel in 2013 with a Bachelor of Art degree in History.

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