Tomorrow is Another Day

Historian, Kathy Wilson, will be at the library to discuss the book Gone with the Wind... Scarlett, Rhett, Ashley—mention their names and almost everyone knows who and what you’re talking about. Why? How is it that a story so blatantly racist, so regionally specific with such stereotyped characters should be one of the most famous books of the 20th century? This program investigates how the Lost Cause, Victorian social attitudes, and Margaret Mitchell’s own family history all served as the inspiration for a book that has remained popular for more than 80 years.
When Jul 25, 2019
from 07:00 PM to 08:30 PM
Where Mechanicsville Public Library
Contact Name
Contact Phone 5634327135
Attendees Adults / All Welcome
We kindly ask if younger children are attending they are prepared to sit quietly during the presentation. The material will be appropriate for all ages, but will be more of a lecture/discussion format.
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2019 ASLP PLOW Tomorrow is another day (1)

Kathy Wilson, B.A., M.A.


A professional historian and educator, Kathy Wilson believes learning about the past can be fun as well as interesting. To prove that point, she draws on more than 20 years of experience to create programs that engage and entertain as well as educate her audiences.


Ms. Wilson received her BA in History from Bemidji State University in Minnesota, before traveling to England where she completed her Masters at the University of York. She is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Iowa and specializes in 18th and 19th-century British-American social history. Her dissertation investigates the role of kinship networks in the social transformations of Catholic families, 1760-1850.