Based on more than one hundred oral history interviews, [this title] follows the the experiences of Kentuckians who chose to live and work in other countries around the world, fostering close, lasting relationships with the people they served. -- jacket.I plunged back into my mastera#39;s program in anthropology at Louisiana State University and met my wife, who was in the Spanish ... I found old-time mountain music, and wea#39;d go to fiddle festivals all over North Carolina and Virginia. It was also an easier transition because I was in graduate school at a large university with other Peace Corps volunteers around that you could talk to about your experience.
|Title||:||Voices from the Peace Corps|
|Author||:||Angene Hopkins Wilson, Jack Wilson|
|Publisher||:||University Press of Kentucky - 2011|