By Julia Johnson Thursday,    October    10,    historians    discussed    the    historical    context    and    varied    meanings    of    the Confederate   monuments   as   part   of   the   Civil   Conversations   series   hosted   by   the   Billings   Public Library.   The   panel   consisted   of   MSUB   historians,   Dr.   Emily Arendt   and   Dr.   Joseph   Bryan,   and   RMC historians   Dr.   Tim   Lehman   and   Dr.   Jenifer   Parks.   Dr.   Keith   Edgerton,   chair   of   the   Department   of History   at   MSUB   was   a   moderator..   Panellists   was   answering   questions   related   to   the   creation   of Confederate   monuments,   their   role   in   shaping   historical   memory,   and   contemporary   debates   on   their removal.   Historians   insist      upon   clear   separation   of   term   “monument”   and   “memorial”.   “Monuments in   USA   are   masculine,   at   least   most   of   them”,   -      Dr.   Tim   Lehman   focused   attention   of   auditory   on that   point.   One   of   rare   famine   monument   example   we   have   right   in   Montana,   at   Little   Bighorn: Indian  women stays next to the horseman. Dr.   Jenifer   Parks   explained   that   mission   of   monuments   show   power   and   strength.   She   made   example with monument's tradition of USSR. Now still hasn't created ideal way to solve the dilemma what to do with monuments. Interesting fact: 32 monuments was build since 2000. Don't miss and participate us November 16. We will speak about politic of food And what is your opinion? Write the letter to Editor and we will publish it
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By Julia Johnson Thursday,   October   10,   historians discussed    the    historical    context and     varied     meanings     of     the Confederate   monuments   as   part   of the     Civil     Conversations     series hosted     by     the     Billings     Public Library.    The    panel    consisted    of MSUB      historians,      Dr.      Emily Arendt   and   Dr.   Joseph   Bryan,   and RMC    historians    Dr.    Tim    Lehman    and    Dr.    Jenifer    Parks.    Dr.    Keith Edgerton,   chair   of   the   Department   of   History   at   MSUB   was   a   moderator.. Panellists   was   answering   questions   related   to   the   creation   of   Confederate monuments,   their   role   in   shaping   historical   memory,   and   contemporary debates   on   their   removal.   Historians   insist      upon   clear   separation   of   term “monument”   and   “memorial”.   “Monuments   in   USA   are   masculine,   at least   most   of   them”,   -      Dr.   Tim   Lehman   focused   attention   of   auditory   on that    point.    One    of    rare    famine    monument    example    we    have    right    in Montana, at Little Bighorn: Indian  women stays next to the horseman. Dr.   Jenifer   Parks   explained   that   mission   of   monuments   show   power   and strength. She made example with monument's tradition of USSR. Now   still   hasn't   created   ideal   way   to   solve   the   dilemma   what   to   do   with monuments. Interesting fact: 32 monuments was build since 2000. Don't   miss   and   participate   us   November   16.   We   will   speak   about   politic of food And what is your opinion? Write the letter to Editor and we will publish it
Johnson’s Billings News
Monuments
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They are read.  We are Quoted!!!
 Historian from Billings assures: most monuments in USA are masculine