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Author and Professor of American Studies and History

Grace Elizabeth Hale is an award-winning historian and writer who teaches at the University of Virginia.  An internationally recognized expert on modern American culture and the regional culture of the US South, she has written for the New York Times, the Washington Post, American Scholar, and CNN’s website, as well as websites and publications focused on the South including Southern Cultures and Southern Spaces.  Across almost a quarter century in academia, Hale has lectured widely in the US, Europe, and Japan and has spoken to all kinds of audiences, large and small, academic and popular, at venues as varied as state universities, small public and private colleges, academic and popular conferences, book and film festivals, the National Gallery of Art, and Pop Con, a popular music conference held annually at the Museum of Popular Culture in Seattle.

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Author and Professor of American Studies and History