City BBQ Food for Thought Series: Popular Music Since the Rock Era & Its Impact
Tuesday, January 23, 2024
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Dr. Burke Miller of the NKU History and Geography Department returns to kick off the 11th annual City BBQ Food for Thought Series to discuss popular music in the U.S.
One of the best ways to understand our nation’s history is by hearing the messages shared in its music. Join us as we listen to popular songs from the 1950s through today and the stories they tell us about our past. Register now as spots are limited.
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About the Presenter
Dr. Miller currently serves as the Chair of the Department of History and Geography and as the Director of Social Studies, a role in which he works extensively with the College of Education, teacher trainees, and area schools in a variety of endeavors. His book, Inequity in Education: A Historical Perspective, edited with Debra Meyers and published by Lexington Books/Rowman-Littlefield (2009), addresses the complexity of teaching under served groups in American public schools.
For those that can’t attend in-person:
The talk will be filmed by Campbell Media and airs the following week on Sunday and Wednesday at 4:30 pm on CCMC (Cincinnati Bell Ch. 810 and Spectrum Ch. 202). It is also available on the Campbell Media Website or the Campbell Media App on Apple TV and Roku.
About our Community Partners:
Campbell Media is a service of the Campbell County Cable Board. The Cable Board was created by an Interlocal Agreement between the Campbell County Fiscal Court and 11 local cities within the County. The member cities are Highland Heights, Alexandria, Bellevue, Southgate, Wilder, Silver Grove, Melbourne, Crestview, Woodlawn, California, Mentor and Fiscal Court serving the unincorporated county. The Cable Board administers the cable television franchise agreement with Spectrum and Cincinnati Bell Extended Territories. The Board is made up of representatives from government agencies.
Campbell Media’s goal is to reach out to its community by providing a wide range of media tools and mechanisms while maintaining a direct outlet for community programming through cable channels.
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