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  • Road Trips | American Studies | Vanderbilt University
    environment and energy through the lens of mountain top removal mtr Students will travel to Hindman Kentucky in 3 vans Accommodations are at the historic Hindman Settlement School nestled in the Appalachian hills The trip includes panel discussions a tour of an active mountain top removal site by a coal company plus a bee hive reclamation site You will wear beekeeper gear Expect to do some hiking Past Road Trips 2010 2011 Civil War Sites in Middle Tennessee April 9 2011 Join American Studies for a student led tour of local Civil War monuments and memorials Past Road Trips 2009 2010 A Visit to Bell s Bend Tennessee Saturday September 18 Join us at the scene of the latest struggle to preserve biodiversity and historic farmland within the Nashville Metro area We ll discuss the pressures of urban development while we tour an organic farm The tour will conclude at the Farmer s Market for lunch on your own and further discussion with local farmers A Tour of Historic Black Nashville October 10 2009 Join Professor Ifeoma Nwankwo English and author historian Dr Tommie Morton Young for an authentic tour of historic sites in Nashville including Underground Railroad stations black colleges businesses antebellum churches and more Get to know Nashville and learn more about the impact of residents and visitors such as W E B DuBois Arna Bontemps James Weldon Johnson Zora Neale Hurston Aaron Douglas Oprah Winfrey Carl Rowan Ted Rhodes and Wilma Rudolph Bring lunch money Highlander Research and Education Center October 28 2008 The Highlander Center has a special place in regional history having played a prominent role in movements for social change in Tennessee and other parts of the South from the moment of its founding in 1932 until the present day In the 1930s it

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  • Spring Conference | American Studies | Vanderbilt University
    all of whom work in an interdisciplinary vein will address how digital technologies have transformed public understandings of and practices within American political academic medical and literary cultures All events will be held at the Vanderbilt Curb Center for Art Enterprise and Public Policy 1801 Edgehill Avenue Conference Schedule 8 00 9 00 a m Continental Breakfast 9 00 10 30 a m Session I Ted Striphas Associate Professor Department of Communication and Culture Indiana University Introduced by Associate Dean John M Sloop College and Arts and Science Vanderbilt Algorithmic Culture Information and Crowds on and Beyond Amazon com 10 30 10 45 a m Coffee Break 10 45 a m 12 15 p m Session II Kelly Joyce Associate Professor Department of Sociology College of William and Mary and Program Director for the Science Technology and Society Program National Science Foundation Introduced by Jill Fisher Assistant Professor Center for Biomedical Ethics Society Vanderbilt A Sacred Technology Connecting Cultural Stories about MRI to Medical Practice 12 15 1 30 p m Lunch Break 1 30 3 00 p m Session III Cara Finnegan Associate Professor Department of Communication University of Illinois Introduced by Catherine Molineux Assistant Professor History Department Vanderbilt

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  • Other Events | American Studies | Vanderbilt University
    and Advisory Board Contact Events Road Trips Spring Conference Other Events Videos Facebook Home Events Other Events Other Events GO Hatch Show Print Posters One of the oldest working letterpress print shops in America Hatch Show Print designs posters for the American Studies Road Trip Series See a gallery of Hatch Show Print posters Newsletter Digital archive Physical Location 132 Buttrick Hall Phone 615 343 8724 Fax 615 343 1444

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  • Videos | American Studies | Vanderbilt University
    Bollier php Elinor Ostrom Updating the Theory of Collective Action and the Commons Thursday March 1st 4 10pm Black Cultural Center Auditorium For the video recording of Dr Ostrom s talk please visit http www vanderbilt edu americanstudies sustainability video Elinor Ostrom php Dr Peter Gleick Conflicting Visions for Water Common Property or Private Good Thursday February 9 4 10pm Black Cultural Center Auditorium For a video recording of Dr

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  • Army ROTC | Vanderbilt University
    AM width 800 height 532 Push Up Club during Vanderbilt Homecoming Weekend 2015 Homecoming originaldate 1 1 0001 6 00 00 AM width 800 height 532 Army beats Navy in the Army Navy games originaldate 1 1 0001 6 00 00 AM width 800 height 532 Morning ruck for the Go Gold Battalion ruck originaldate 1 1 0001 6 00 00 AM width 800 height 532 Congratulations to our new Second Lieutenants Commissioning originaldate 1 1 0001 6 00 00 AM width 800 height 532 Welcome to the Vanderbilt Army ROTC webpage The Vanderbilt University Army ROTC mission is to train and commission officers of character and quality into the United States Army In our program Cadets receive leadership training through Military Science class and hands on Leadership Labs that will develop useful skills which can be applied in any career field that they choose to pursue Through this training our Cadets are challenged and instilled with a drive for both physical and mental excellence which they use to excel both in and outside the classroom Check out our most recent Newsletter GoGold Website Playlist originaldate 1 1 0001 6 00 00 AM width 800 height 532 originaldate 1 1

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  • Studio Arts News & Events
    govern and regulate communities of color choreographies and sites of mass congregation and demonstration and residual traces of hidden or suppressed narratives Agu s work has been included in exhibitions public readings and performances at New Museum labotanica DiverseWorks Project Row Houses University Museum at Texas Southern University Box 13 and Lawndale Arts Center among other venues Her published experimental texts include ON IOFF onestar press Paris France via Book Machine Houston Visible Unseen Nyx a nocturnal Goldsmiths University of London and Index With and for Black Mo nin by Fred Moten Book Club Book Future Plan and Program She is a partner at Alabama Song a collaboratively run artist space in Houston TX and a co founder of paratext an independent small press All lectures are free and open to the public Parking is available in the lots to the side of E Bronson Studio Arts Center as well as the parking lot access the street on 25st Avenue and the parking garage via the Highland Ave entrance FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT The Department of Art at 615 343 7241 or martha l dale vanderbit edu 2016 College Book Art Association Juried Members Exhibition Backstory Exploring the Boundaries of the Book College Book Art Association members were asked to submit works that explored the boundaries of the book using a wide interpretation including artist s books sculptural books book objects altered books book installations performance broadsides or book works that involve digital media Submitted works should also possess an interesting backstory a tale of inspiration a simultaneous narrative or story behind production Jurors Susan Lowdermilk and Tate Shaw selected works using a blind jurying process They considered an incredible number of submissions 165 in all and had the unenviable task of selecting only 30 from among some really fine pieces This group of 165 book works is a wonderful representation of contemporary American artist s books Susan Lowdermilk Professor at Lane Community College in Eugene Oregon Lowdermilk has been teaching courses in printmaking artist books and graphic design for twenty years The works we selected all appear to have two things in common they have a subject beyond just being intricate objects and they attempt to investigate concerns we share publicly by addressing these issues through intimate and personal objects I was most surprised and impressed by the student books submitted Several of the students are endeavoring to get beyond one liners in favor of creating complex works that require being read while also engaging larger socio political subjects This gives me some hope for the field and is perhaps evidence that our book educators and programs are working Tate Shaw artist and writer living in Rochester NY Shaw is the Director of Visual Studies Workshop and an Assistant Professor in English at the College at Brockport SUNY The College Book Art Association is a non profit organization fundamentally committed to the teaching of book arts at the college and university level while supporting such education at all levels

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  • Studio Art Faculty
    faculty and see examples of their work Faculty Chair Mel Ziegler mel ziegler vanderbilt edu Michael Aurbach michael l aurbach vanderbilt edu Research Leave Farrar Hood Cusomato farrar b hood vanderbilt edu Susan DeMay susan demay vanderbilt edu Jana Harper jana harper vanderbilt edu Mark Hosford mark hosford vanderbilt edu Marilyn Murphy marilyn murphy vanderbilt edu Vesna Pavlović vesna pavlovic vanderbilt edu Director of Undergraduate Studies John Warren john r

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  • Conversations / Conversas | Department of Art
    platform initiated by the Department of Art at Vanderbilt University and the School of Visual Art and Communications at the University of São Paulo Through their artistic practices and scholarly research project participants actively reflect on the legacy of modernist architecture the future of urban imagination and sustainability Since 2010 the initiative has garnered support from the Vanderbilt International Office Exploratory and Development Grants Vanderbilt Center for Latin American Studies

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