Kathleen Condray: Das Arkansas Echo and German Immigrants in Arkansas
CALS Butler Center for Arkansas Studies Presents LEGACIES & LUNCH
Speaker: Kathleen Condray
Kathleen Condray, associate professor of German at the University of Arkansas, discusses her new book, “Das Arkansas Echo”: A Year in the Life of Germans in the Nineteenth-Century South, examining topics the newspaper covered during its inaugural year. Condray illuminates the newspaper’s crusade against Prohibition, its advocacy for the protection of German schools and the German language, and its promotion of immigration, also focusing on aspects of daily living, including food preparation and preservation, religion, recreation, the role of women in the family and society, health and wellness, and practical housekeeping.
Kathleen Condray is associate professor of German at the University of Arkansas. The author of Women Writers of the Journal “Jugend” from 1919–1940, Condray has published numerous articles on migration and national identity. She is the recipient of two Fulbright awards, an NEH grant, and several national teaching awards.
Legacies & Lunch is a free monthly program of CALS Butler Center for Arkansas Studies about Arkansas-related topics.