Monthly Archives: August 2016

Home and Happenstance: How Chance Encounters in the Archive Can Become Sources of Invention

I didn’t know it then, but my research trajectory changed that day in 2012 when I happened upon Collier’s photos of my family. Continue reading

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Something Old, Something New: Merging Historical Research with Modern Concepts of Sharing

Little did I know that one simple action would open me up to a whole slew of exciting opportunities, both big and small. Continue reading

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Teaching Reflection: Women and Rural Life

Teaching Reflection: Women and Rural Life Cherisse Jones-Branch, Ph.D. Arkansas State University-Jonesboro   I have read substantially about women, agriculture, and rural life in the past few years.  For that reason, in fall 2015, I decided to teach a course … Continue reading

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