Join us for an evening with ETSU’s Dr. Scott Honeycutt. Dr. Honeycutt’s “Rambler’s Guides” will be on display in the library’s galleria during the month of May, ending with a culminating reception on Thursday, May 31 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. During the reception, Dr. Honeycutt will share about his map-making process, including a brief workshop on how to create your own maps. Light refreshments will be served and maps will be available for purchase. All ages are welcome to attend.
Scott Honeycutt teaches in the Department of Literature and Language at ETSU. Scott has long been obsessed with hiking, and this May he is instructing a course entitled “Footfalls and Excursions: Walking, Literature, and Landscape.” In the fall of 2016, he made his first illustrated map. He hopes to create at least one map for every region in Appalachia. Scott lives by the motto “solvitur ambulando,” meaning “it is solved by walking.” When not teaching, Scott enjoys spending time with his two daughters.