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Convict Labor The Molding of a Million Bricks

Convict Labor

The Molding of a Million Bricks

CAAH Research Events

MAR 28

A Study of Fort Hill Plantation Life through Clothing

10:00 am to 4:30 pm

Fort Hill: Home of John C. Calhoun & Thomas G. Clemson

MAR 30

“My Name is Omar: A Life in the Struggle for Liberation”

8:30 am to 4:30 pm

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MAR 30

A Study of Fort Hill Plantation Life through Clothing

10:00 am to 4:30 pm

Fort Hill: Home of John C. Calhoun & Thomas G. Clemson

MAR 31

“My Name is Omar: A Life in the Struggle for Liberation”

8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Click event for location.

Beyond Traditional Research

The College of Architecture, Arts & Humanities includes a remarkable diversity of scholars in fields ranging from the highly technical to artistic, with combinations of both. Faculty and students in the College create new knowledge through research in many ways: the creative work of artists and designers, scholarship in the humanities and empirical studies in planning and construction science. Our research is characterized by original thought and communication of results through peer reviewed venues. Faculty in CAAH are recognized for their research.

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