Savannah joined the Center at the end of June, and we are thrilled that she is with us as our fieldwork coordinator. A former graduate research assistant at the Center, Savannah received her MA in Public History from MTSU in 2014. Her thesis used mid-century government photography to analyze the rural landscape of the New Deal and the constant evolution of those landscapes as farmers continued to use state-of-the-art technology to conserve natural resources. Prior to joining the Center, she was the Director of Interpretation and Historic Buildings at Historic Westville in Columbus, Georgia. Her research interests include the intersection of human rights and historic preservation, rural landscapes, and Muscogee Creek history and culture.
Welcome to Savannah Grandey, Our New Fieldwork Coordinator
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