The 2011 Series

This year-long series features programs on Auburn University research, history, and other topics of interest. The series is co-sponsored by the Auburn University Libraries, the Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities and the Auburn University Bookstore. Lectures are held in the Special Collections Department of the Ralph Brown Draughon Library.

"The Reluctant Rebels: The Confederates Who Joined the Army after 1861"

Thursday, December 1st @ 3PM
by Dr. Ken Noe
Auburn University


The English Bible

Thursday, November 17th @ 3PM
by Dr. Sam Hornsby


How Information Matters: Networks and Public Policy Innovation

Monday, November 7th @ 3PM
by Dr. Kathleen Hale


"The Bottomless Pit of Hell": The Confederate Home Front in Bartow County, Georgia 1864-1865"

Thursday, November 3rd @ 3PM
by Keith Hebert
University of West Georgia


"Struggles and Hardships - Dedication and Commitment: Alabama Women's Experiences During the Civil War"

Thursday, October 6th @ 3PM
by Dr. Jennifer Trevino
Troy University, Montgomery


"Keeping the Faith: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives"

Tuesday, September 13th @ 3PM
by Dr. Wayne Flint

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What to do with Letters? William Bartram and the Art of Correspondence

Monday, April 25th @ 3PM
by Thomas Hallock
Associate Professor of English, University of South Florida, St. Petersburg


Legal Issues in Public Higher Education

Thursday, March 24th @ 3PM
by Lee Armstrong
Institutional Research and Assessment, Auburn University

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Auburn University's Statistical Profile

Thursday, February 24th @ 3 PM
by Drew Clark
Director Institutional Research and Assessment, Auburn University


My Digital Year: Or, From Book to Website

Thursday, February 10th @ 3PM
by Ruth Crocker
Alumni Professor of History, Auburn University


Fighting the Devil in Dixie: How Civil Rights Activists Took on the Ku Klux Klan in Alabama

Thursday, January 27th @ 3PM
by Wayne Greenhaw


Diversity at Auburn University

Thursday, January 20th @ 3PM
by Overtoun Jenda
Associate Provost for Diversity and Multicultural Affairs, Auburn University


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