UNC-Chapel Hill Veterans Writing Workshop is April 27, 2019

A student-run organization has announced an FREE one-day veterans writing workshop on the campus of University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 27, 2019. The public is invited to attend, and a FREE catered lunch will be served to participants. The event will open at Room 3408 of the Carolina Student Union.

The event opens with a panel discussion in which four veterans of the military 1990 to present, who will discuss how American popular culture has influenced the civilian-military divide in their personal experiences. Scheduled panelists include:
  • U.S. Army veteran Eric Burke, and historian American Civil War historian
  • U.S. Army veteran Kate Dahlstrand, director of UGA’s Student Veteran Oral History Project, and historian of the American Civil War/Reconstruction
  • U.S. Air Force veteran Michelle R. Moyd, historian of East African military affairs
After a lunch sponsored by UNC Humanities for the Public Good, the event will transition into a facilitated writing workshop for military veterans, current service members, and others.

A registration and information page for the free event is available here.

A website for the event can be found here.

A Facebook page is here.

Find more information on Twitter: @UNCVetsWriting


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