A New Perspective on Old Churches in Coal Country

Posted by Kris Hendrickson on

For almost ten years, Bucknell University's Stories of the Susquehanna Valley project has been using interactive digital media, books and video documentary productions to feature the history and geography of our region. We visited with Bucknell English professor Alf Siewers and some current and former students as they assemble their latest documentary, Churches of Coal Country.

Churches of Coal Country is in production now and it's scheduled to premiere later this fall.

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