New Honors Course for this fall...

<p>***Taught by the Honors College’s new faculty member, Dr. Brad Tuggle, Ph. D. *</p>

<p>University of Virginia,</p>

<p>Rhodes Scholar.
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<p>Offered at 2 different times....</p>

<p>According to Gerald O'Hara in Gone With the Wind, "Land is the only thing in the world worth workin' for, worth fightin' for, worth dyin' for, because it's the only thing that lasts."</p>

<p>And yet the oldest continuously operating family farm in the United States (founded 1632) is now being sold, representative of a declining connection to the land among most Americans. At the same time, green commerce and industry is thriving, seeming to show that Americans really do still care about the land and environment. In this course, we will look at some of the contradictions at the heart of America's obsession with land, exploring personal reflections on land, fictional representations of land, and current political issues of land-use and land-ownership.</p>

Back to Land/Renewing the Earth** - 48802 - UH 300 – 020
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm TR Nott Hall 283</p>

Back to Land/Renewing the Earth** - 48803 - UH 300 – 022
3:30 pm - 4:45 pm TR Nott Hall 283 </p>

<p>Freshmen as well as upperclassmen are welcome to enroll.</p>


<p>There are still a number of honors classes still open! That's good for those who are still looking for a class to add. </p>


<p>D just added an Honors Connections class last night; there were a few sections that still had openings.</p>

<p>FWIW, Dr. Tuggle's a Rhodes Scholar.</p>

<p>The</a> Associated Press: After 378 years, NH family farm goes up for sale</p>

<p>wow that's really sad.... :(</p>