CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The Marshall University Graduate Humanities Program is holding another installment June 30 of the Glenwood Project, a three-part initiative to make the Glenwood Estate on Charleston's West Side more publicly accessible through archaeological and historical analysis.
The Georgian-style mansion sits at the corner of Orchard Street and Park Avenue, a short distance from Stonewall Jackson Middle School.
A free program at the pre-Civil War estate will include:
1 p.m.: "The Glenwood Project," Dr. Luke Eric Lassiter, program director of the Graduate Humanities Program
1:15 p.m.: Oral histories of Glenwood, Dr. Elizabeth Campbell, faculty member in the Marshall University Graduate School of Education and Professional Development
1:30 p.m.: "Historic Glenwood: Window on the West Side," Dr. Billy Joe Peyton of West Virginia State University and the MU Graduate Humanities Program
2:15 p.m.: "Landscape Archeology, Glenwood and the Road to Urbanization," Dr. Robert Maslowski of the MU Graduate Humanities Program