Alabama Frontier: Cultural Crossroads [Jan. 31]
From: Network of Alabama Academic Libraries Discussion List [mailto:NAAL-L@...] On Behalf Of Medina , Sue
Sent: Tuesday, January 13, 2009 2:23 PM
Subject: Alabama Frontier: Cultural Crossroads program 31 January
Please pre-register by 27 January for this 31 January program:
The “Alabama Frontier: Cultural Crossroads” series presents “Settling In: 1820s and 1840s.” This year, the series will focus on Alabama as the region entered statehood and new settlers began to wrestle with the rewards and problems of the rapidly expanding cotton economy. Phillip Henry Gosse’s Water Colors from the 1830s will be on display. Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. 8:30 registration. Program 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. $35 includes lunch. Faculty and students: $20. For more information, call 334-240-4500, 334-240-4333, or 334-844-4946.
Moderators: Kathryn Brand, Craig Sheldon, John Hall
Speakers: Nancy Anderson, Jeffrey Benton, Patience Essah, Robert Gamble, Angela Lakwete, Gary Mullen, Betsy Sheldon, Paula Weiss.
Sponsors: Landmarks Foundation of Montgomery, Auburn University ’s Caroline Draughon Center for the Arts and Humanities, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Alabama Humanities Foundation
Sue O. Medina, Ph.D.
Network of Alabama Academic Libraries
c/o Alabama Commission on Higher Education
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