Pebble Hill Programs
- Pebble Hill Programs
Friday, April 5, 4:00 p.m.--In the Name of the People: Alabama Governors and the Role of Political Leadership. This conclusion to a statewide series funded by the Alabama Humanities Foundation will feature remarks by Margaret Armbrester (UAB), Sam Webb (UAB), Gordon Harvey (University of Louisiana at Monroe), Glenn Eskew (Georgia State University), and Jeff Frederick (Auburn Ph.D. candidate writing his dissertation on George Wallace's female supporters), followed by audience discussion. This session will feature recent Alabama governors, especially George and Lurleen Wallace and Albert Brewer. Copies of In the Name of the People, edited by Armbrester and Webb, and published last year by the University of Alabama Press will be available for purchase and signing.
Monday, April 22, 4:00 p.m.--Suzanne Marrs of Milsaps College talking about the life and work of the late Eudora Welty. This event is co-sponsored by the AU Special Lectures Series and the AU History Department.
These events are free and open to the public. Receptions follow each program. Pebble Hill is the home of Auburn University's Center for Arts and Humanities. It is located at 101 Debardeleben Street in Auburn. For additional information, call 334-844-4946. Contact Pebble Hill if you wish to be placed on our mailing list or email list.
Auburn University Center for Arts and Humanities
101 Debardeleben Street
Auburn, AL 36849