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|SAST 220 - Place, Memory, and Identity|
This course explores critical intersections of memory, identity, and place from a multidisciplinary perspective. Students engage a series of concepts and skills regarding place--abstractly and concretely--as they relate to efforts by individuals, communities, and societies to gain meaning from the past for the present.
4.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Final Examination, Field Work/Placement, Lecture/Field, Lecture/Seminar
So Appalachian & Place-Based Department
American Studies, History
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