The 2018 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.

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Nurse Eunice Rivers and the Untold story of the United States Public Health Service Syphilis Study at Tuskegee

Tuesday, April 10th @ 3:00PM
by Joan R. Harrell
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Binet’s Cycle de Melodies: Unearthing a Forgotten Song Cycle

Thursday, April 5th @ 3:00PM
by Matt Hoch
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Binet Recordings

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From the Congo to the Convict Lease: Africa in Alabama Coal Mines

Tuesday, March 20th @ 3:00PM
by Dr. Jennifer Brooks
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Democracy Is Rooted in Accessible, Secure, and Fair Elections: Looking Ahead to the 2018 Federal Election (An EAC Perspective)

Tuesday, February 27th @ 3:00PM
by Thomas Hicks, Vice Chairman, United States Election Assistance Commission
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On Multilingualism

Thursday, February 22nd @ 3:00PM
by Dr. Iulia Pittman
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Getting Out of the Mud: The Alabama Good Roads Movement and Highway Administration, 1898-1928

Thursday, February 8th @ 3:00PM
by Dr. Marty Olliff, Professor of History and Director of the Wiregrass Archives, Troy University, Dothan
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African American Covers of Country Music Before Ray Charles: Prevalence and Significance

Tuesday, January 16th @ 3:00PM
by Tim Dodge
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