At Lander, we’ll take you on a journey through history and philosophy, guiding you through a rich tapestry of cultures, civilizations, movements and ideas. To understand the present – and prepare for the future – you must first know the past. Our world is full of diverse peoples, religions, social values, economies, and political systems that produce unique experiences for humans across the globe. Because of such diversity, people see life through very different lenses and history plays an essential part in the molding of those varying lenses. Understanding history helps us to better understand others and evaluate present day issues.
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The seed of the Lander University Covid-19 Documentation project was planted when a student described to Dr. Franklin Rausch the stress she was feeling as a result of the pandemic and was encouraged to start journaling to help her better understand what was happening. Realizing that the experiences and perspectives of students regarding the pandemic might be lost, Dr. Rausch contacted students who he thought might be interested in recording and sharing what life was like for them during the pandemic so as to establish an archive of information to help people in the future better understand that history. Despite interest in the project from many students, the complications caused by the pandemic meant only a limited number would be able to make the time to participate by keeping logs and submitting reflections. However, those who were able to contribute have left to us a valuable historical record that reveals how, amidst the suffering caused by Covid-19, young adults responded to the needs of their families, communities, and country with hard work and love.
Awards are granted annually to outstanding university students from all disciplines during a ceremony each spring.
The following are awards presented by the University's Department of History and Philosophy:
“Langdon Liberando: An Abbevilian’s Fifty Missions Over Southern Europe,” the third book that Lander University Adjunct Professor of History Dr. Joe Camp has written about local veterans in World War II, began with a conversation four years ago between him and Abbeville County Museum Curator Jenny Hagan Kelly.
On Thursday, Sept. 15, history enthusiasts converged on the Greenwood Museum, to attend the opening reception for the Lander University history exhibit.
Lander University students in Dr. Ryan Floyd’s “History of U.S. Wildlife Conservation” class recently took a field trip to Pisgah National Forest, near Brevard, N.C.