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Spatial Humanities: A Conversation with Richard Apgar and Margo Shea

Please join Margo and Richard as they discuss the spatial humanities, including its origins, methodologies, teaching affordances and possibilities for their research and yours. They will share resources and discuss the ways they’ve begun to incorporate spatial humanities theory and… Continue Reading →

From the Hills of Harlan

Check out this¬†charming story about Robert Gipe, director of the Appalachian Program at Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College. He works with students and the greater to community to elevate oral history and personal experiences to build a sense of… Continue Reading →

100 days in Appalachia

We’re excited to share and follow the new site 100 days in Appalachia¬†and hope that you will too. This project will be taking a look at this region and what it can teach us about the broader social, economic, and… Continue Reading →

Dinner in Appalachia

“Traditional Appalachia cooking was crafted from a confluence of Native American, African-American and European influences. The one thing I always try to stress to visitors is that the region is not monolithic. Even the quickest study of our food reveals… Continue Reading →

Native Cultigen Project featured on Planet Forward

Collaborative Post-doctoral fellow Dr. Stephen Carmody and his Native Cultigen Project are featured on George Washington University’s Planet Forward website. View the full article here.

Leadership, Identity, and Social Change slides

On November 9, 2016 Marty Rodgers gave a talk at Sewanee called “Leadership, Identity, and Social Change” as part of a series of talks on Leading Change. We’d like to share the slide presentation from that talk here for reflection.

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