Events

*Online Events*

Friday, March 20: “Human Resilience in Troubling Times: Stories from Alabama History” with Dr. Wayne Flynt. 10 AM. Join the broadcast live from Pebble Hill in Auburn from your computer or mobile device at aub.ie/pebblehillonline

Wednesday, March 25: “Human Resilience in Troubling Times: Stories from Coaching and Life” with Coach Bruce Pearl. 11 AM. Join the broadcast live from Pebble Hill in Auburn from your computer or mobile device at aub.ie/pebblehillonline

Tuesday, March 31: “Human Resilience in Troubling Times: Stories from the Civil Rights Movement” with Dr. Bernard LaFayette, Jr. 2 PM. Join the broadcast live from Pebble Hill in Auburn from your computer or mobile device at aub.ie/pebblehillonline

Thursday, April 2: "Stories from the Women's Suffrage Movement in Alabama" with Alex Colvin, Scotty Kirkland, and Hayden McDaniel. 10 AM. Join the broadcast live from Pebble Hill in Auburn from your computer or mobile device at aub.ie/pebblehillonline


Auburn University has canceled all events until May 9 in response to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). For more information, visit Auburn’s COVID-19 information page

Tuesday, March 17: Women’s Studies Book Talk and Lecture Series: Andrea Baldwin, “From the Posture Portraits to Diversity: Gender, Race, and the Body, A Black Feminist Decolonial Examination of the Practice and Politics of (In)Difference in Higher Education.” Pebble Hill, 4 PM.

Wednesday, March 18: Deliberative Forum on Health Care. Pebble Hill, 3 PM. Before the forum, participants are encouraged to review a non-partisan issue guide titled “Health Care: How Can We Bring Costs Down While Getting the Care We Need?” available as a free download at aub.ie/healthcare2020.

Tuesday, March 24: Book Talk by Ruth Beaumont Cook, author of Magic in Stone: The Sylacauga Marble Story. Pebble Hill, 4 PM.

Thursday, April 2 - Saturday, April 4: Alabama Historical Association Annual Meeting. Florence, AL. For more information or to register, visit alabamahistory.net

Tuesday, April 7: Women’s Studies Book Talk and Lecture Series: Janelle Rodriques, author of Narratives of Obeah in West Indian Literature: Moving through the Margins. Pebble Hill, 4 PM.

Tuesday, April 21: Presentation of the Bert Hitchcock Graduate Award in Southern Studies. Pebble Hill, 4 PM.

Thursday, May 14 - Friday, May 15: Every Stitch a Story: A Symposium on Quilts in Alabama.


 

Last Updated: March 26, 2020