Course detail: OSH116 - Quantrill's Raid in Fact and Film
Missouri bushwhacker chieftain William Clarke Quantrill and his bloody August 1863 attack on Lawrence have inspired many filmmakers. In this course, we will thoroughly examine the man and the raid, including its causes and aftermath, while viewing the ways cinema has portrayed the event. We will view clips of the 1940 John Wayne movie "Dark Command," as well as shorter segments from films like the 1950 Universal picture "Kansas Raiders." We will then contrast them with the 2009 Lone Chimney documentary "Bloody Dawn" and the most realistic Hollywood Quantrill movie, Ang Lee's 1999 "Ride with the Devil."

 Session Detail:  OC18309F
Schedule: Every week on Monday, starting on 06/25/18 and ending on 07/09/18
Times: 02:00pm - 04:00pm
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Instructors
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Carl Graves
Carl Graves
Biography: Carl Graves holds a master's degree in U.S. history from KU and a Ph.D. from Harvard. He taught university and community college classes and was a high school instructor at The Pembroke Hill School in Kansas City, where he created a Hollywood vs. the Civil War mini-course after touring Southern battlefields. No image available

Facility Detail
Douglas County Senior Center, Peaslee Center
2910 Haskell Ave
Lawrence, KS 66047