A twenty-first century chef invites guests to enter the spirit of Nat Fuller’s 1865 Reconciliation Banquet.
This roundtable is part of an ongoing series devoted to “First Person” experiences with early American culture.
David Shields reflects on the legacy of Nat Fuller in the wake of the attack on the Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston.
Enacting Nat Fuller’s Feast at the University of South Carolina
How does one create memory around an event that has long been lost to history?
An invitation to Common-place readers to create their own events dedicated to reconciliation.
Clinton, South Carolina, seems at first blush an unlikely host location for the Nat Fuller Feast.
The descendant of Nat Fuller’s mentor reflects on the 2015 Feast.