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Upcoming Events . . .
Public Lecture, of the Spring 2016 Graduate Humanities Major Scholar Seminar
Dr. Clyde Ellis, March 10, 4 p.m.: “Powwow as Ethnohistory: Traditions of Change and Adaptation.” Marshall University Student Center, Student Resource Center Conference Room, 2W16. Free and Open to the Public. A reception will follow.
Past Programs and Events . . .
– listed by semester, latest first –
September 9, 7 p.m., GC 134
“Archaeology of Frontier Forts in West Virginia,” presented by W. Stephen McBride, PhD
Dr. Stephen McBride (McBride Preservation Services, LLC) is an historical archeologist with a special interest in eighteenth century frontier settlement and the Civil War. He holds a Doctorate degree in Anthropology from Michigan State University, and serves as the Director of Interpretation and Archaeology at Camp Nelson Civil War Heritage Park, Jessamine County, Kentucky, and manager of McBride Preservation Services, LLC. Dr. McBride has directed excavations on many eighteenth and nineteenth century sites in West Virginia, Kentucky, and Virginia and written numerous articles for journals and edited volumes as well as archeological reports. His recent co-authored publication, Frontier Forts of West Virginia: Historical and Archaeological Explorations, published by the West Virginia Division of Culture and History, has been distributed widely to the general public.
This public lecture, offered as a component of Dr. Maslowski’s Fall 2014 Time & Place in Appalachia seminar, is funded by the West Virginia Humanities Council.
Sponsored by University Libraries — Graduate College South Charleston Library
Innovative Research Methods, Community Studies, Collaborative Research
Professor Graham Crow – Deputy Director
United Kingdom’s Economic and Social Research Council National Centre for Research Methods
Read the Press Release here.
September 2011 Local Artists Installment: Staci M. Leech-Cornell
“A Much Curious Coop”
See the article in the Charleston Daily Mail here.
Reception 16 September 2011
On Display from September 12 to October 21, 2011
You’ve Heard the News . . . Is the End of Civilization at Hand?
– Come Get the Truth –
12 Noon, 21 September 2011
GC 319 (MUGC South Charleston)
“Maya 2012: The Use and Abuse of Ancient Maya Knowledge”
Presented by Dr. David S. Anderson
Join us for our Fall 2011 Meet, Eat, and Greet
September 9, 2011
Little Creek Park – South Charleston
Carolyn Quinlan receives Employee of the Month Award
Read the press release here.
Brown Bag & Workshop
29 March 2011
Listen to the podcast here.
April “Local Artists” Installment:
Reception 1 April 2011
March 2011 Exhibit:
On disply in the MUGC Library March 5 – 17
Reception Friday, March 11, 5:30 p.m., MUGC Library
See the story here.
October 2010 Local Artists Installment
September 2010 Installment
30th Anniversary Celebration
See the Press Release here.
Public Showing of Black Diamonds: Mountaintop Removal and the Fight for Coalfield Justice
Wednesday, March 4, 7 p.m., GC 319: Public Showing of Black Diamonds: Mountaintop Removal and the Fight for Coalfield Justice Wednesday, March 11, 7 p.m., GC 319: Talk by the filmmaker, Catherine Pancake
(reception and discussion to follow)
Photos and Video from the Glenwood Project Exhibit Opening & Reception . . . .
They Are Still With Us
An exhibit by Mark Tobin Moore and the Students of A&S 600 – Museum Studies and Exhibit Design The Clay Center, Charleston, West Virginia
November 23 – December 30
See the story in The Gazz A&S 600 Students — a.k.a., The Red Door Group — in front of the developing installation. L to R: Jason Stewart, Matt Gibson, Jennifer Pinkerton, Tia Miller, Annette Conner, and Lee Darnell. (Photo by Mark Tobin Moore.) Join us for a reception at the Clay Center on December 126 – 8 p.m.
The Glenwood Estate Symposium
An Examination of Art by Prisoners & Patients
Presented by Christine Seger
Humanities MA Candidate
Advised by Mark Tobin Moore
Drawing Hope Poster
Graduate Humanities Faculty & Students Host Art Exhibit
November 24 – December 4