Grown: Sense of Place and Regional Identity on North America's
Northern Prairies and Plains
Molly Rozum, as a Fellow during the Fall of 2000,
researched and presented a lecture entitled "Grasslands Grown:
A Twentieth Century Sense of Place on North America's Northern
Prairies and Plains." Her research involved defining "regionalism"
and "sense of place" using research methods in collective biography.
She also brought to Marshall a photography exhibit capturing the
aftermath of the 1998 tornado at Spencer, South Dakota. This exhibit
displayed the rhythm and culture of small town life through Cedric
Chatterley's photojournalism. Rozum received a Ph.D. in history
from the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill in the spring of 2001. She began teaching at
Doane College in Crete, Nebraska
in the fall of 2001.
Public Presentation Thursday, September 7, 2000
3:00 Individualized Learning 218