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History, Hip-Hop, and Place

Date: October 31, 2016

What’s the environmental history of hip-hop? Come listen to the new deputy director of the C.V. Starr Center on Nov. 10 to find out!

Meet Patrick Nugent, the new deputy director of the C.V. Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience, at a talk and public conversation titled “History, Hip-Hop, and Place,” on Nov. 10 at 4:30 p.m. The talk, located in Hynson Lounge, will be free and open to the public.

Nugent will discuss the intersection of place, race, and environment from his background as a writer, educator, historical tour guide, and doctor of philosophy in American studies. At Washington College, he teaches environmental and cultural studies alongside classes for the history department. His fall semester offering, “Activist/Artist,” will be followed in the spring by a course entitled “America in the 1960s.” He serves as a George’s Brigade mentor and often works with students to develop co-curricular projects and internships. Much of his work extends into the larger community, from developing a Chestertown walking and kayaking tour to spearheading public history projects focused on the history of the Chesapeake Bay.

Over the past ten years, Nugent has taught and designed courses for the English department at Brooklyn College and the Department of American Studies at George Washington University. His unique touch has been guiding students on local explorations including such trips as “African-American Migrations in the Nation’s Capital” and “Ecological Landscapes in the Big Apple.” He welcomes students, citizens, staff, and faculty alike to join him in similar explorations of Chestertown and the surrounding Eastern Shore. 

Last modified on Oct. 31st, 2016 at 3:34pm by Jean Wortman.