Course Detail: SOUTH - What Makes the South the South
Do you know when you're down South? What makes the South a distinct cultural region within the USA? Is southern food part of the answer? How is "being southern" similar for such diverse groups as African Americans and Jewish Americans? How has southern culture shaped the region's political history? Has southern distinctiveness almost faded away today? Are southerners the only group to whom "politically-correct" limitations on humor do not apply?

 Session Detail:  LLPSOUTHF18 (No seats currently available, may add to waitlist)
Schedule: Every week on Monday, starting on 09/17/18 and ending on 09/24/18
Times: 06:30pm - 07:45pm
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Instructors
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Karl Rodabaugh
Karl Rodabaugh
Biography: Earned a PhD in history from UNC. He has been a faculty member in administrator at colleges and universities in FL and NC, including ECU. He retired in 2010 from WSSU where he was director of the Evening-Weekend College. He wrote the chapter on Richard Dobbs Spaight, Sr, which appears in UNC Press's forthcoming anthology on founders from NC. No image available
Rita Rodabaugh
Rita Rodabaugh
Biography: Received her doctorate at Florida International University in psychology and higher education. As an undergraduate at ECU, she majored in psychology and anthropology. She served as a faculty member and VP for Academic Affairs at several community colleges in NC. She retired from Central Piedmont CC in 2010. Many of her publications have explored aspects of "Fairness in the Classroom." No image available

Facility Detail
Self Help Center, 100H
301 S. Evans St.
Greenville, NC 27858
Self Help Center, 100H