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April 2016

Preservation50 In Tennessee Celebrates Civil Rights History At Monteagle

Sewanee and the Tennessee Preservation Trust celebrate the rich history of the Civil Rights Movement in Tennessee with tours of the historic Highlander Folk School site. This effort is discussed in a recent article in The Chattanoogan: http://www.chattanoogan.com/ 2016/4/14/322107/ Preservation50-In-Tennessee-Celebrates.aspx

Moira O’Neil on The Challenge of Immigration Reform

The Collaborative for Southern Appalachian Studies and the Office of Community Engagement are pleased to announce a lecture by Dr. Moira O’Neil, Senior Researcher and Director of Interpretation at the FrameWorks Institute. She will lecture on “The Challenge of Immigration Reform”… Continue Reading →

Step into History: Free Historical Tours of the Highlander Folk School Site

If you have ever wanted to learn more about the Highlander Folk School in the Summerfield community of Grundy County, now is your chance to learn. University of the South students enrolled in courses offered through the Collaborative for Southern… Continue Reading →

Workshop: Framing the Visual Narrative

From the Center for Teaching: APRIL 13, 3:00-5:00 p.m. – co-sponsored by the Collaborative for Southern Appalachian Studies: “The photographs we see, the photographs we make: framing the visual narrative.” A workshop by Chandler Sowden, Mellon post-baccalaureate fellow at the Collaborative for Southern… Continue Reading →

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