In this course we focus in on different attributes of Vermont that provide an in-depth look at this small and unique state. We examine Vermont from multiple perspectives looking at the history, culture, people, politics and environment. To better understand Vermont we examine the state's physical geography and social structures from government to institutions to social life. Students will take part in discussions, conduct group work, listen to lectures and podcasts, engage in several research methods including field work and read and view different materials (films, literature, book chapters, magazine articles, newspapers, pod-casts, radio shows etc.). In the process, students will gain a deeper understanding of Vermont and also how we make sense of a place.
Richard Watts ()
Dates: May 19 - May 30, 2014; Monday - Thursday, 9 am to 2:30 pm;
Course runs from to
Perkins Building 107 (View Campus Map)
to on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
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