Lecture Notes for HUM 1704 - Intro to Appalachian Studies with Kauffman at Virginia Tech (VT)

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Material Type:Note 1
Class:HUM 1704 - Intro to Appalachian Studies
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Fall 2008
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  • In/on/at a Place
  • Cultural Identity
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  • Experiences
  • Accommodation
  • Industrialization
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Fall 2008 MWF (CRN 93592) HUM 1704: Introduction to Appalachian Studies McBryde Hall 210 MWF 11:15am-12:05pm Instructor Information Robin Kauffman 351 Lane Hall (use bay #5 stairs, 3rd floor) Office Hours: MWF, 10-11am and by appointment e-mail: rkauffman@vt.edu If you need immediate assistance and cannot get in touch with me, please post your question to the class discussion board; another student may be able to help you. Description Introduction to Appalachian Studies is an exploration of the region through a rich, woven tapestry of disciplines included in the humanities, social sciences, and the arts. Students will follow the very idea of “Appalachia” as it is re-interpreted through a progression of linear historical contexts. The end product of the course is to provide students with framework(s) that can be a guide or aid in interpreting current issues in life or in his or her major field of study. Objectives Class activities and assessments will assist students in meeting the following goals: ...

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