The study, titled "Transformation of American Southern Commemorative Landscapes," will compare three major plantation regions including the Lowcountry area of coastal
"In addition to the research itself, I'm particularly excited to be able to provide an Armstrong student with a three-year research assistantship and the opportunity to conduct primary research alongside other faculty and graduate students at these three regional sites," Potter said. "This is another example of faculty research beautifully aligning with Armstrong's mission of putting our students first."
The grant is part of a larger
Potter joined Armstrong in 2013 and is an assistant professor in the university's
Potter earned a Ph.D. in Geography from
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