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Dr. Domby's research has been covered by local, state, national, and international news outlets. He is also frequently contacted by reporters as an expert on various topics including Confederate monuments and symbols, the history of white supremacist ideology, public history, the Civil War and Reconstruction, and southern history. Here are a small selection of articles he has been quoted in. Reporters wishing to speak to Dr. Domby should email him.
July 8, 2020
“Historians question Trump’s choice of ‘heroes’ for national garden monument,” Washington Post
July 4, 2020
"Charleston plantation guides say a negative reaction to stirring history can be a good thing," Charleston City Paper
August 21, 2019
"Behind ‘Silent Sam’s’ toppling at UNC, a lesson for South Carolina, historians say,"
Charleston Post and Courier
August 26, 2018
"Duke history professors ask to rename building honoring white supremacist who dedicated ‘Silent Sam’ statue,"
The Washington Post
August 27, 2018
"‘Silent Sam’: A racist Jim Crow-era speech inspired UNC students to topple a Confederate monument on campus," The Washington Post
August 21, 2018
June 23, 2015
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