Events

Tuesday, January 19: The Birmingham Public Library presents the Eighteenth Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Lecture: “A Reckoning With Monuments, Memory, and the Legacy of White Supremacy” with Connor Towne O’Neill. 2 PM, BPL Facebook Page. Co-sponsored by the Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities.

Wednesday, January 20: OLLI at Auburn Course: New Books on Alabama History and Culture. Featuring Ben Raines, author of Saving America's Amazon: The Threat to our Nation’s Most Biodiverse River System. To regsiter for the course, visit the OLLI at Auburn website or call 334-844-3146.

Wednesday, January 27: OLLI at Auburn Course: New Books on Alabama History and Culture. Featuring Mike Bunn, author of Fourteenth Colony: The Forgotten Story of the Gulf South During America's Revolutionary Era. To regsiter for the course, visit the OLLI at Auburn website or call 334-844-3146.

Wednesday, February 3: OLLI at Auburn Course: New Books on Alabama History and Culture. Featuring Joseph D. Caver, author of From Marion to Montgomery: The Early Years of Alabama State University, 1867-1925. To regsiter for the course, visit the OLLI at Auburn website or call 334-844-3146.

Wednesday, February 10: OLLI at Auburn Course: New Books on Alabama History and Culture. Featuring Aileen Kilgore Henderson, author of The World through the Dime Store Door. To regsiter for the course, visit the OLLI at Auburn website or call 334-844-3146.

Tuesday, February 16:  Department of History Black History Speaker Series: “On Historical Tableaux and J. Marion Sims’s Montgomery Clinic” with Dr. Nicole Ivy. 11 AM. Zoom: aub.ie/nicoleivy

Wednesday, February 17: OLLI at Auburn Course: New Books on Alabama History and Culture. Featuring Mary Stanton, author of Red, Black, White: The Alabama Communist Party, 1930–1950. To regsiter for the course, visit the OLLI at Auburn website or call 334-844-3146.

Wednesday, February 24: OLLI at Auburn Course: New Books on Alabama History and Culture. Featuring My Race to Freedom: A Life in the Civil Rights Movement. To regsiter for the course, visit the OLLI at Auburn website or call 334-844-3146.

Friday, February 26: Humans All the Way Down: A Discussion on Teaching the Humanities with Dr. Tom Rogers. 12 PM to 2 PM. Register at aub.ie/teachinghumanities.

Monday, March 1: Virtual Dialogue: Becoming the Beloved Community Amid the Fragility of Democracy and White Supremacy. 6 PM. Register at aub.ie/belovedcommunity.  

Wednesday, March 3: Panel Discussion on Artist George Fuller. 12 PM to 1 PM. 

Wednesday, March 3: OLLI at Auburn Course: New Books on Alabama History and Culture. Featuring Steve Brown, author of Alabama Justice: The Cases and Faces That Changed a NationTo regsiter for the course, visit the OLLI at Auburn website or call 334-844-3146.

Friday, March 5: Application Deadline for the Bert Hitchcock Graduate Award in Southern Studies.

Thursday, March 11: Women's and Gender Studies Lecture Series: "Reading the University: A Black Feminist Politics of Elsewhere and Whatever" with Dr. Andrea Baldwin. 3:30 PM. Zoom: aub.ie/andreabaldwin

Friday, March 19: Department of History Black History Speaker Series: "The Long Environmental Justice Movement in Alabama" with Dr. Ellen Spears. 11 AM. Zoom: aub.ie/ellenspears. 

April 8 - 10: Alabama Historical Association Virtual Conference

Last Updated: February 26, 2021