Events

Wednesday, August 19: 2020 and the Future of Alabama History: A Conversation with Calvin Chappelle. Noon. Co-sponsored by the Alabama Historical Association➡️  Link to Watch.

Saturday, August 29: Draughon Seminars in State and Local History: "A War State All Over: Alabama Politics and the Confederate Cause" with Dr. Ben Severance. Prestwick Preservation Society, 11 AM. ➡️  Link to Watch.

Tuesday, September 1: Online Presentation on Auburn Man: The Life & Times of George Petrie for First 56.  

Wednesday, September 9: 2020 and the Future of Alabama History: Local Archives. Featuring Robin Brown (Chambers County Library Cobb Memorial Archives), Dr. Howard Robinson (Alabama State University Archives), and Dr. Martin T. Olliff (The Wiregrass Archives at Troy University Dothan Campus). Noon. Co-sponsored by the Alabama Historical Association➡️  Link to Watch.

Wednesday, September 16: Constitution Week Forum: Free Speech and the Inclusive Campus. 2 PM - 3:30 PM.  Co-sponsored by the Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities in the College of Liberal Arts and the David Mathews Center for Civic Life➡️  To register and receive a Zoom link, email hew0029@auburn.edu.

Thursday, September 17: Constitution Day. Click here to learn more about Constitution Week events.

Tuesday, September 22: The Old Federal Road in Macon County with Raven M. Christopher. 12 PM. ➡️  Link to Watch.

Wednesday, September 23: Draughon Seminars in State and Local History: "A War State All Over: Alabama Politics and the Confederate Cause" with Dr. Ben Severance. OLLI at Auburn Brown Bag Lunch & Lecture Series, 12 PM. ➡️  Link to Watch.

Thursday, September 24: 2020 and the Future of Alabama History: A Conversation with Frye Gaillard. Noon. Co-sponsored by the Alabama Historical Association. ➡️  Link to Watch.

Tuesday, October 6: 2020 and the Future of Alabama History: A Conversation with Richard Bailey. Noon. Co-sponsored by the Alabama Historical Association➡️  Link to Watch.

Tuesday, October 13: Book Talk: The Howling Storm: Weather, Climate, and the American Civil War by Ken Noe. 12 PM. ➡️  Link to Watch.

Tuesday, October 13: Women's Studies Book Talk + Lecture Series: Narratives of Obeah in West Indian Literature: Moving through the Margins by Janelle Rodriques. 4 PM. ➡️  Link to Watch.

Wednesday, October 21: Draughon Seminars in State and Local History: "A War State All Over: Alabama Politics and the Confederate Cause" with Dr. Ben Severance. OLLI at AUM, 12 PM. ➡️  Link to Watch.

Friday, October 23: Symposium: Since SuffrageA Symposium on American Women’s Politics since 1920. Sponsored by the Auburn University College of Liberal Arts Department of HistoryDepartment of Political ScienceWomen’s Studies Program, and Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities; and the Inclusion & Diversity Division of the Auburn Alumni Association➡️  Link to Watch.

Tuesday, October 27: Book Talk: Civil WarsCivil Beings, and Civil Rights in Alabama's Black Belt: A History of Perry County by Bertis English. 12 PM. ➡️  Link to Watch.

Last Updated: October 02, 2020