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Kay Broadwater wrote:
> I noticed some interest in this a short while back and I am wondering if
> there are any art historians out there who might know of some specific
> art work regarding the battlefield at Gettysburg. I remember someone
> mentioning Homer's work.
> I am participating in a study of "Gettysburg and the Art of Sentiment."
> This is part of an interdisciplinary, integrated study looking to find
> out how we can move people through sentimental writing, music, art etc.
> If you have any thoughts on this I would greatly appreciate it.
> By the way- I read through this list faithfully- have lots of thoughts
> that I would like to share but am on such overload with work and family
> and graduate school that I rarely have the time.
> Thank you to all of you who teach art and care about children.
> Kay Broadwater- Towson University Lecturer & Union Institute Learner&
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