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Professor Dan Cobb Receives American Philosophical Society Research Grant

June 5, 2013

Congratulations to Professor Daniel M. Cobb, who recently received a 2013 Phillips Fund for Native American Research grant from the American Philosophical Society. It will support research on his current project, a biography of Ponca activist Clyde Warrior (1939-1968). http://www.amphilsoc.org/grants/phillips

Mike Taylor, Folklore Alum and Recording Artist, Featured in Indy Week

May 3, 2013

Mike Taylor, Folklore alum and recording artist, is featured in Indy Week. Nationally recognized for his songwriting and recording, Mike is releasing his latest album, Haw. http://www.indyweek.com/indyweek/the-southern-baptism-of-hiss-golden-messenger/Content?oid=3629021

Philip Gura’s Truth’s Ragged Edge Earns Praise from the Washington Post

April 18, 2013

Professor Philip Gura’s just published history of the American novel receives high praise from the Washington Post: http://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/books/book-world-philip-f-guras-truths-ragged-edge-the-rise-of-the-american-novel/2013/04/17/36a50f3e-a39a-11e2-82bc-511538ae90a4_story.html

Dan Cobb Interview on Music in the Classroom

April 10, 2013

Dan Cobb, Associate Professor of American Studies and coordinator of American Indian Studies, speaks on the place of music in the classroom: http://carolinaconnection.org/2013/04/05/professors-by-day-musicians-by-night/