UKs The Appalachian Studies Program presents:
A Celebration of Herbert Reid’s career and influence
Thursday March 25th
3:00 p.m. Career & Influence
7:30 p.m. Publication of Recovering the Commons
Lucille Little Fine Arts Building
University of Kentucky
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Free & open to all.
The Appalachian Studies Program will be celebrating the career of Herbert Reid on March 25, with the day’s events consisting of an afternoon panel discussion with Reid’s colleagues and an evening celebration of Reid’s accomplishments, including the publishing of his newest book, Recovering the Commons: Democracy, Place, and Global Justice, co-authored by Betsy Taylor. Click here for more information about the event.
3pm: Panel Discussion of Herb Reid’s career and influence
Discussants: Hugh Bartling, Alan Banks, Virginia Blum, Stephen Fisher, Randy Ihara, Thomas Lairson,
Dana Nelson, Christopher Rice, Shaunna Scott, and others
7:30pm: Celebration of Herb Reid and publication of Recovering the Commons
The Provost will provide opening remarks
Mary Hufford, Professor of Folklore and Folklife, UPenn
Hwa Yol Jung, Professor Emeritus, Political Science, Moravian University
UK Appalachian Studies
UK Political Science
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