Four Living Democracy students to live, learn in Alabama communities
Students will create civic projects in Camden, Chatom, Collinsville and Elba during the ten-week summer program.
Khari Allen Lee’s New Creative Collective to perform at the Gogue Performing Arts Center
On March 28, the Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center will host the New Creative Collective, a modern American Art Music ensemble led by Auburn University’s Khari Allen Lee.
Founding family: Terrance Vickerstaff traces roots to the beginning of Auburn
Vickerstaff is the first member of his family to stay on the property since his ancestors were enslaved to the original owners of Pebble Hill.
CMDCAH publishes 2022 annual report
The Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts and Humanities organized and co-sponsored 108 public programs and hosted 131 events at Pebble Hill.
Soul music: Khari Allen Lee brings jazz performance to Tutwiler Prison
Khari Allen Lee performed a once-in-a-lifetime concert this fall through the Alabama Prison Arts + Education Project.
Logan Barrett 2022 Recipient of the Wayne Flynt Award in Alabama History and Culture
Barrett is a doctoral student in the Department of History at Auburn University.
Professor Emeritus Flynt embarking on signing tour to promote newest book about Harper Lee
Professor Emeritus of History Wayne Flynt will soon begin a multi-state signing tour to promote his newest book about his longtime friend and literature icon Harper Lee.
Khari Allen Lee appointed Breeden Eminent Visiting Professor for fall semester
Lee will teach a course on the style and practice of popular music, assist ensembles on jazz and contemporary American music and conduct outreach programming with the Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities.
Students begin 2022 summer of Living Democracy
Four Auburn University Living Democracy students will spend ten weeks living and learning in the Alabama communities of Camden, Collinsville, Chatom, and Elba this summer.