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Archive: January 2023

Daniel Sharfstein

Daniel J. Sharfstein is the Dick and Martha Lansden Chair in Law, a history professor, and co-director of the George Barrett Social Justice Program at Vanderbilt University. Prior to law school, he worked as a journalist in West Africa and southern California. Before joining Vanderbilt’s...

Anne Walker Harrison

Anne Walker Harrison is a fourth-generation Nashvillian and an active member in the community. Having recently stepped down from serving on the Historic Germantown Neighborhood Association board, Anne Walker is thrilled to be joining Historic Nashville Inc. She is a graduate of Vanderbilt’s Owen School...

Dr. Learotha Williams, Jr.

Dr. Learotha Williams, Jr. is a scholar of African American, Civil War and Reconstruction, and Public History at Tennessee State University.  At TSU, he teaches courses that explore Civil War and Reconstruction history, African Americans in Public Memory, Black Politicians, Civil Rights, 20th Century Black...

Betsy Phillips

Betsy Phillips is the Marketing Manager at Vanderbilt University Press. She is the editor of the “Truths, Lies, and Histories of Nashville” series. She has written about Nashville, history, and Nashville history for the Nashville Scene for many years. Her book, Dynamite Nashville: The FBI, the...

Patrick McIntyre, Tennessee Historical Commission (ex-officio)

Executive Director of the Tennessee Historical Commission since 2007, Patrick McIntyre was formerly Executive Director of the Tennessee Preservation Trust and Endangered Properties Coordinator for the Alabama Historical Commission. He holds an M.A. in Southern studies from the University of Mississippi and a B.A. in...

Tim Walker, Metro Nashville Historical Commission (ex-officio)

Tim Walker is Executive Director of the Metro Historical Commission (MHC) and Metro Historic Zoning Commission (MHZC), a position he’s held since 2009. Prior to this, he served as the Historic Zoning Administrator for the Metro Historic Zoning Commission. Tim currently serves on The District...

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