Dr. Ifeoma Kiddoe Nwankwo | American Studies Pilot Course: Music City Perspectives
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American Studies Pilot Course: Music City Perspectives

About This Research

This text explains the “Music City Perspectives” course, created by Dr. Ifeoma Nwankwo, which launched in Fall of 2009. The course had specific goals to connect Vanderbilt students with a variety of important figures in Nashville, Tennessee; to give students critical reading and research skills, tools, and materials to help them gain a better understanding of their world; to allow students to create quality research projects on Nashville’s past and present. Dr. Nwankwo worked with a range of community leaders, scholars, and archivists to pay visits during the course, which also contributed to the idea that Nashville has so much more to offer than country music and cowboy boots.

America, History
Music City, Nashville, Vanderbilt