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ZSR and the Reynolda House Museum of American Art will offer for the first time a six-part lecture course that will examine the Reynolda estate through the lens of 20th-century American history. The course covers topics such as tobacco, the American Country Place Era, women’s history and the story of the new South. Participants will examine how the Reynolda House and Winston-Salem connect with the larger picture of American history. Thanks to the generous staff at the Reynolda House, this course is being offered free to members of the WFU community, and for your convenience all lectures will take place in the ZSR Auditorium (Reynolds Wing, Room 404). Read more details and sign up through the PDC to take advantage of this amazing opportunity!