Early American Illness: Narratives of Disease with Sarah Schuetze
Sarah Schuetze, a Ph.D. candidate in the English Department, recently recieved the prestigious Mellon Fellowship from the McNeil Center for Early American Studies in Philadelphia. The fellowship is a 14-month research grant that allows scholars access to the center's and surrounding areas prodigious libraries of early American documents. In this podcast, Sarah describes her research focused on Early American narratives about disease and illness and how she felt recieiving the Mellon fellowship.
UK Faculty and Students Share Appalachian Culture in China
Diversity Project Blanket to be Unveiled at Gayla
The Perks of Being an Ambassador: Jennifer DeLuke
Jennifer DeLuke is an A&S Ambassador, one of a select group of undergraduate students that represent the College of Arts and Sciences to prospective students and help with A&S events on campus. In this podcast, DeLuke gives an insider's perspective to the jobs an A&S Ambassador does, as well as some reasons why others might want to apply for the position as part of their undergraduate experience.
UK Alumnus Wendell Berry Delivers Jefferson Lecture in Washington
Appalachian Center and UPK Celebrate Appalachian Literature
Rebuilding the Block Lecture to Focus on History, Leadership
Joe Sutliff Sanders - Kids' Stuff
Joe Sutliff Sanders is a professor at Kansas State University specializing in children’s literature. But according to Sanders, he found his way into children’s literature – and eventually into a job at one of the field’s leading programs – by accident.