Grad School Contradiction
Last December, when I first met with my advisor at the library school and I told him what sort of work I wanted ideally, eventually, to do, he said "Well, we don't have anything like that here, but you can take classes at State and Carolina."
So today I wrote to him and reminded him about that, and in case there was something I could go ahead and take in the fall, I asked him how one goes about taking a class at Carolina.
This time he responded, "Oh, we have a formal archives track here."
It is not listed in the catalogue I got last fall. I looked at their web-site. Sure enough, there it was, listed under "Programs." It's six basic classes given at Central and six in the public history department at State.
In a way I have to say "Drat," because I'd rather drive back and forth between here and Carolina than here and State.