The Artists, Scholars, & Innovators Lecture Series, hosted by the Center for Teaching and Learning, is presented by award-winning faculty with artistic, scholarly, or innovative achievements. Please see below for information about upcoming presentations.
Fall 2020 Presentations
“Remapping the Region: The Movable Project”
Presented by the recipients of the 2019-20 MU Distinguished Artists & Scholars Award (Team Recipient):
Dr. Kristen Lillvis, Professor in the English Department
Dr. Stefan Schoberlein, Assistant Professor in the English Department
Dr. Hilton Cordoba, Assistant Professor in the Geography Department
Thursday, November 19, 2020
4-5 pm | Virtual (live, remote)
About the lecture: Much has been written about substance use disorder and recovery in our area, but local voices rarely get heard in the national discourse. Instead of speaking about or on behalf of others, Movable: Narratives of Recovery and Place enables grassroots voices from the region to reach a larger audience and connect to each other. Through writing workshops, community mapping sessions, and an online submission portal, Movable staff members—which include Marshall undergrads, grad students, and faculty–collect and publish written narratives, visual art, audio interviews, and video testimonies focused on the importance of place in stories of recovery. The project’s goal is not only to counter the often negative coverage of the region but to foster and preserve a community approach to recovery and its intersections with Appalachian identity.
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