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Leading Change Conversation Series

Brown Foundation Fellow Karen Proctor and the Collaborative for Southern Appalachian Studies are pleased to announce a series of conversations on Leading Change. We hope you will join us for some or all of these events, and lend your voice and… Continue Reading →

Barbara Paul Robinson Scholarship

The Appalachian College Association is pleased to announce the Barbara Paul Robinson Scholarship, named in honor of a New York City attorney who provided services to the association. A scholarship in the amount of $2,500 will be awarded annually to… Continue Reading →

Sewanee students continue to share the story of the Highlander Folk School

Most college courses are completed when the semester ends. Grades are submitted and the class disperses. For students in two community-engaged courses affiliated with Sewanee’s Collaborative for Southern Appalachian Studies, however, the lessons continue. So do opportunities to share knowledge… Continue Reading →

Upcoming Event: Derek Alderman on Contested Places: Race, Heritage Tourism, and Geographies of Memory

Join the Collaborative for Southern Appalachian Studies and University Lectures Committee as we welcome Derek Alderman, Ph.D. from the Department of Geography at the University of Tennessee Knoxville to campus on Tuesday, October 4th. Alderman is one of the most… Continue Reading →

Margo Shea Speaks about History, Memory, The Places Project and More on GCTV

Dr. Margo Shea, Mellon Fellow with the Collaborative for Southern Appalachian Studies, leads The Places Project and is the History Chair for the upcoming Mountain Homecoming event in Monteagle on Saturday, Sept 24. In this GCTV interview, Margo talks about the Pop-up… Continue Reading →

Share a Place that Matters to You….

The Places Project, led by Mellon Fellow Margo Shea, will be at the Fall Heritage Festival in Cowan, TN on September 16-18, ready to hear about the places that matter to you and to the region. Stop by and share your… Continue Reading →

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