The 2014 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.

A Delta Vigil: Yazoo City in the 1950s

Tuesday, November 18th @ 3:30PM
by Claire T. Field
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Connecting Africana Studies, Human Development, and Outreach: Exploring How to Affect Change Locally and Globally

Thursday, November 13th @ 3:30PM
by Dr. Adrienne Duke
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'Send the Alabamians': World War I Fighters in the Rainbow Division

Tuesday, November 11th @ 3:30PM
by Nimrod Thompson Frazer
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‘Like Infuriated Demons’: South Alabama's Hard-Fighting Confederates

Wednesday, October 29th @ 3:30PM
by Dr. Tommy Brown
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The Voting Rights Act: Race, Law, and the Future of our Elections

Thursday, October 23rd @ 3:30PM
by Dr. Mitchell Brown & Dr. Kathleen Hale
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The Unfinished Revolution and Twenty-First Century America: Commemorating Reconstruction's

Wednesday, October 22nd @ 3:30PM
by Dr. Keith S. Hebert
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Civil War Centennial and Sesquicentennial

Tuesday, October 15th @ 3:30PM
by Kenneth W. Noe
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Antiviral Drug Design and Discovery: Ebola

Tuesday, September 25th @ 3:30PM
by Stewart Schneller
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The Journal of Sarah Haynsworth Gale, 1827-1835

Tuesday, September 23rd @ 3:30PM
by Sarah Woolfolk Wiggins
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"Ghosts of Mississippi": Freedom Summer, 1964

Thursday, September 18th @ 3:30PM
by David Carter
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The Rise and Decline of Faculty Governance: Professionalization and the Modern American University

Thursday, September 11th @ 3:30PM
by Larry Gerber
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Auburn's Monuments Man: Captain Robert K. Posey, U.S. Army (Auburn '26 and '27) and The Quest for the Mystic Lamb

Wednesday, September 10th @ 3:30PM
by Paul Harris
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Robert Trent Jones and Modern Golf

Thursday, May 22nd @ 3:30PM
by James Hansen
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Auburn: A Pictorial History of the Loveliest Village, 3rd. Edition

Tuesday, April 15th@ 3:30PM
by Mickey Logue and Jack Simms
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"Loveliest Village of the Plains": Auburn Places and Poems Across the U.S.

Thursday, April 10th @ 3:30PM
by Emily Friedman (Sponsored by the English Department, Auburn University)
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"Career of Auburn Track Coach Mel Rosen"

Tuesday, April 3rd @ 3:30PM
by Dr. Craig Darch
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"Investigation Power in the Anglophone Caribbean Middle Class"
Africana Studies and Women's Studies

Tuesday, March 25th @ 3:30PM
by Andrea Baldwin
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The Moon and the Stars: New and Collected Stories (Book Talk)

Thursday, March 20th @ 3:30PM
by Marian Carcache
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Second Cup: Collected Columns

Book Talk
Thursday, March 6th @ 3PM
by author Mary Belk
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Ditch of Dreams: The Cross Florida Barge Canal

Book Talk
Monday, March 3rd @ 3PM
by author Dr. Steven Noll
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The School of Arizona Dranes, Gospel Music Pioneer

Book Talk
Wednesday, February 26th @ 3PM
by author Tim Dodge
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Harold Franklin, Civil Rights, and Desegregation

Thursday, February 12th
by Dr. Wayne Flynt
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Evolution of the Alabama Agro-ecosystem: Always Keeping Up, But Never Catching Up

Thursday, February 6th
by Dr. E. Wayne Shell
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Segregation & Desegregation at Auburn University

Thursday, January 22nd
by Dr. Dwayne Cox
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Cahaba Coal Fields

Thursday, January 16th
by Jim Day (Sponsored by the History Department, Auburn University
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