Auburn Writers Conference
On February 17-18, 2012, Auburn University will host a two-day symposium exploring the intersection of public history and community in the South, with a focus on Alabama. The event will explore the roles of community, institutional, and academic partners in public history collaborations. The symposium aims to bring together a diverse range of panelists working in Alabama and across the South to address strategies and approaches for sharing authority, effective decision-making, resolving conflict, and community engagement.

 

Keynote: Anne M. Valk, Associate Director for Programs of the The John Nicholas Brown Center, Brown University.

 

The symposium is sponsored by Auburn University's College of Liberal Arts' Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities and Department of History, Alabama Department of Archives and History, and History Matters LLC.

Last updated December 20, 2016