— Introduction to this course blog, and end of Week One —
“History in its broadest aspect is a record of man’s migrations from one environment to another.” – Ellsworth Huntington
First of all, I’d like to extend a warm thank you to Dr. Turner for allowing me to not only be a candidate in the first place for this course, but as well as being a great support system for this upcoming semester.
As the semester begins to unfold before us, and we begin to accommodate ourselves in our schedules and routines, it will definitely require a good amount of work and proper time management to balance this project out on all parts. Our project begins on Tuesday, August 22 and ends Thursday November 30, 2017.
In case you all didn’t know, and for those of you visiting this page, my blog is dedicated to not only track the journey I am to embark on but as well as document the process and steps I take when it comes to my research project. The Cultural Crossroads or “migration” project I will work on is still under works, but let me tell you, I have some good ideas as well as an excellent faculty advisor, so I’m sure we will get a more centralized topic for our research project in itself.