The 2013 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.

Alabama Gulf Coast Innovation and Oyster Production

Thursday, April 18th @ 3PM
by Bill Walton
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Black Consciousness: Re-Reading Steve Biko

Thursday, April 5th @ 3PM
by Dr. Xolela Mangcu
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St. John's Bible

Thursday, March 7th @ 3PM
by David Alloway
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Deep Water in the Deep South: B.P. Oil Spill

Thursday, February 6th @ 3PM
by Judith Sheppard (Professor, Communication and Journalism, Auburn University)
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John McKinley and the Antebellum Supreme Court: Circuit Riding in the Old Southwest

Thursday, January 29th @ 3PM
by Dr. Steven P. Brown
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"Dealing with Diversity by Celebrating Differences,"
The Janet and John Stone Award and Lectureship for Multicultural Understanding, Equality, and Justice at Auburn University, Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs

Wednesday, September 11th @ 3:30PM
by Richard Penaskovic
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"Brutes or Angels: Human Possibility in the Age of Biotechnology"

Thursday, September 12th @ 3PM
by James Bradley
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"Who Is Best Prepared to Support African American Students in Higher Education?"
Africana Studies Program

Thursday, September 19th @ 3:30PM
by Shakeer Abdullah
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"The American Prison System and the History of Mass Incarceration"
Department of History

Monday, September 23rd @ 3PM
by Heather Thompson
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"Open-Access Scholarly Publishing: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly"

Tuesday, September 24th @ 3PM
by Bryn Geffert
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"Self-Portraits in Nature: William Bartram and the Art of Flowers"
Discover Auburn and Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities, College of Liberal Arts

Thursday, October 3rd @ 3PM
by Tom Hallock
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"Sugar and Slavery in the British West Indies: A Bioarchaeological View,"
Africana Studies Program

Thursday, October 17th @ 3:30PM
by Kristrina Shuler

Per request - this lecture was not recorded for online distribution.

"Enslavement, Community Building, and the Emergence of an Afro-Influenced Vernacular: The Case of the Danish West Indies,"
Discover Auburn, Auburn Authors, and Auburn Connects!

Tuesday, October 22nd @ 3PM
by Robin Sabino
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"Rip, Mix, Burn: Exercise Your Copy Rights for Multimedia Projects"
Guest Lecture

Wednesday, October 23rd @ 3PM
by Brandon Butler
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"Whispers of Freedom: Exploring Laura Beecher Comer’s Diary Through the Prism of the Comer Slaves’ Resistance,"
Africana Studies Program

Thursday, November 21st @ 3:30PM
by Carol Ann Băchl Dennis,
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