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The Rhodes Institute for Regional Studies, founded in 2003, is an undergraduate program dedicated to furthering academic research on Memphis and the Mid-South region. The program has been recognized by the Council of Independent Colleges as an "Effective Practice" in American Higher Education. The Rhodes Institute for Regional Studies, part of Rhodes CARES (Center for Academic Research and Education through Service.

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 17 of 17
PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
RIRS_Regional_Studies_03_0059.JPG.jpg2003Institute of Regional Studies images from 2003-
2007Institute for Regional Studies 2007 brochure-
2006From Civil War Fort to State Park: A History of Fort PillowColin A. Strickland and Timothy S. Huebner
2007X Marks the Spot: Miscalculations in Civil War CartographyMcClelland, Ethan
2007The Politics of Education: The 1999-2000 Efforts to Reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education ActMaginnis, Thorne
2007The Most Segregated Hour in America:Lawson, Catherine
2007The Pathology is in the Place, Not the PeopleJuchs, Stephanie
2007Called to ServeHorton, Matthew
2007Burnet Corwin Tuthill: The Unique Life of an EducatorEldridge, Sarah
2007The Blues: Religious or Anti-Religious?Darrith, Brian
2007The Government's Child: the WPA Band in MemphisCloud, Lindsey
2008Institute for Regional Studies Faculty, 2008-
2005Institute for Regional Studies Faculty, 2005-
2006Institute for Regional Studies Faculty, 2006-
2007Institute for Regional Studies Faculty, 2007-
2007Rhodes Institute for Regional Studies-
2008Rhodes Institute for Regional Studies: about the program-
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 17 of 17