W&L Profs Goluboff, Delaney on "Virginia Insight"

Sascha Goluboff, associate professor of cultural anthropology, Washington and Lee University

Sascha Goluboff

Sascha Goluboff, associate professor of cultural anthropology at Washington and Lee University, was joined by Ted DeLaney, associate professor of history, for a discussion of race relations during the Civil War era, on NPR affiliate WMRA's "Virginia Insight" show on Thursday, Aug. 23.

Sascha's research into the history of race relations in the Rockbridge County community of Brownsburg is currently on display as an exhibition at the Brownsburg Museum under the title "Sentimental Attachments." She is the author of "Jewish Russians: Upheavals in a Moscow Synagogue" (University of Pennsylvania Press). Ted specializes in America's 20th-century civil rights era.

"Virginia Insight," hosted by Tom Graham, is a live call-in show. You can listen to the archived version of the show below:

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