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Book Talk: Civil Wars, Civil Beings, and Civil Rights in Alabama's Black Belt
October 15, 2020
Book Talk: Civil Wars, Civil Beings, and Civil Rights in Alabama's Black Belt

The public is invited to an online book talk by Dr. Bertis English, author of Civil Wars, Civil Beings, and Civil Rights in Alabama's Black Belt: A History of Perry County, on Tuesday, October 27 at 12 PM on the Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities Facebook page, www.facebook.com/cmdcah.

Book Talk: The Howling Storm: Weather, Climate, and the American Civil War
October 1, 2020
Book Talk: The Howling Storm: Weather, Climate, and the American Civil War

The public is invited to an online book talk by Dr. Ken Noe, author of The Howling Storm: Weather, Climate, and the American Civil War, on Tuesday, October 13 at 12 PM on the Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities Facebook page, www.facebook.com/cmdcah.

Live, Online Presentation on the Old Federal Road in Macon County
September 15, 2020
Live, Online Presentation on the Old Federal Road in Macon County

Raven M. Christopher, co-author of The Old Federal Road in Alabama: An Illustrated Guide, will deliver an online presentation on the Federal Road in Macon County on Tuesday, September 22 at 12 PM on the Facebook Page of the Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities. 

Live Constitution Day Program with Judge Frank M. Johnson Institute Set for September 17
September 14, 2020
Live Constitution Day Program with Judge Frank M. Johnson Institute Set for September 17

An online panel discussion on “Judge Frank Johnson’s Impact and the U.S. Constitution” featuring U.S Magistrate Judge for the Middle District of Alabama Susan Russ Walker and Jones Day attorney Peter Canfield will be held on Constitution Day, September 17, at noon at www.facebook.com/cmdcah

Constitution Week Forum on Free Speech and the Inclusive Campus Set for September 16
August 27, 2020
Constitution Week Forum on Free Speech and the Inclusive Campus Set for September 16

Students, Faculty, and Community members are invited to participate in a free, online deliberative forum on “Free Speech and the Inclusive Campus” on Wednesday, September 16 from 2:00-3:30 PM as part of Auburn University’s Constitution Day activities. 

Students Invited to Contribute Interviews to Commemorate Constitution Day 2020
August 20, 2020
Students Invited to Contribute Interviews to Commemorate Constitution Day 2020

Auburn University undergraduate students are invited to contribute brief, online interviews on the rights and responsibilities of citizenship to commemorate Constitution Day 2020. 

Wayne Flynt on "2020 and the Future of Alabama History"
July 21, 2020
Wayne Flynt on "2020 and the Future of Alabama History"

The Alabama Historical Association and the Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities in the College of Liberal Arts at Auburn University will offer a live, online presentation by Dr. Wayne Flynt on “2020 and the Future of Alabama History” on Wednesday, July 29, 12 PM to 1 PM at aub.ie/aha.   

Online Panel on "2020 and the Future of Alabama History" Set for July 15
July 7, 2020
Online Panel on "2020 and the Future of Alabama History" Set for July 15

The Alabama Historical Association and the Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities in the College of Liberal Arts at Auburn University will offer a live, online panel discussion on “2020 and the Future of Alabama History” on Wednesday, July 15 from 12 PM to 1 PM.

Online Documentary Screening and Discussion on Southern Writer and Activist Lillian Smith
June 23, 2020
Online Documentary Screening and Discussion on Southern Writer and Activist Lillian Smith

The public is invited to screen a new documentary on southern writer/activist Lillian Smith from July 21 to July 25 and participate in a live discussion with directors Hal and Henry Jacobs on Wednesday, July 22 from 3 to 4 PM via Zoom. 

Watch Live: "The Story of Major Harper and Betsy Scott: Pebble Hill's African-American Family Legacy"
April 23, 2020
Watch Live: "The Story of Major Harper and Betsy Scott: Pebble Hill's African-American Family Legacy"

Shari L. Williams will discuss Pebble Hill’s African-American family legacy through the story of Major Harper and Betsy Scott in a free, live broadcast at 10 AM on Thursday, April 30. Join the broadcast live from Pebble Hill in Auburn from your computer or mobile device at aub.ie/pebblehillonline

Last Updated: July 31, 2015