Appalachian Spirits: The History and Place of Moonshine in Appalachia’s Culture and Economy Speaker Series

Featuring Presentations From: 

Daniel Pierce, Professor of History, UNC Asheville, Tuesday April 6, 2021
To register for the webinar with Dr. Daniel Pierce, click here: https://uky.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_K0vW_O8VTImIlMZk6VWeZA
 
Seth DeBolt, Director, James B. Beam Institute for Kentucky Spirits, Tuesday April 13, 2021
To register for the webinar with Seth DeBolt, click here: https://uky.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_DlGBjkg2Rte1FerMErUKKg
 
Laura Ann Freeman, The Moonshine Trail & Laura's Homestead Alternatives, Tuesday April 27, 2021
To register for the webinar with Laura Ann Freeeman, click here: https://uky.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_KjYKsMQ4TWuXUXdmoqKpHQ
 
All Presentations are at 11am via Zoom
 
This semester, the Appalachian Studies Program is excited to present the "Appalachian Spirits: The History and Place of Moonshine in Appalachia’s Culture and Economy" speaker series! This speaker series is in conjunction with the spring 2021 course APP 300, taught by graduate student Carson Benn. This virtual series will feature presentations by experts in the field-both practitioners and scholars and is open to the public so be sure to tune in!
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