ruffians to buffalo
commons, from trails to Beech
aircraft, from John Brown to Linda
Brown, from General Custer to General
Eisenhower, from Carry Nation to Gordon
Parks, from dust
storms to center pivots—the
breadth and depth of the American experience is reflected in Kansas.
for Kansas Studies at Washburn University
encourages the study of the history and culture of the state
as a matter of gaining insight into oneself as a product of those
forces. The Fellows of the
Center are those Washburn faculty who offer courses which focus
on the state and who benefit from the interdisciplinary exchange
of ideas and resources.
Washburn Unviersity • 1700 SW College Ave. • Topeka, Kansas