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Alabama Humanities: February Events

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      Alabama Humanities Foundation February Programs and Grant Projects
      FEBRUARY 5

      Selma-Dallas County Reading-Discussion Series

      Selma-Dallas County Public Library (Selma)
      4 p.m.
      Further information: (334) 874-1725
      AHF grant project

      Rock in a Weary Land: The Black Church in 19th-Century Alabama
      Richard Bailey
      Bevill Center-McDonald Auditorium (Fayette)
      6:30 p.m.
      Sponsored by Bevill State Community College
      Sam Sullivan: (205) 932-3221 x 5103
      AHF Road Scholars Speakers Bureau

      FEBRUARY 7
      Islam: A Worldwide Religion

      Daniel Spector
      Unitarian Universalist Church of Birmingham (Birmingham)
      10:30 a.m.
      Sponsored by Unitarian Universalist Church of Birmingham
      Susan Silvernail: (205) 585-6966
      AHF Road Scholars Speakers Bureau

      FEBRUARY 9
      Revisiting “Uncle Tom”: Booker T. Washington and the Politics of Race, Economics and Education in the South, 1881–1915
      Bertis English

      Mervyn H. Sterne Library, University of Alabama at Birmingham (Birmingham)
      4 p.m.
      Sponsored by the Friends of Sterne Library
      Heather Martin: (205) 934-6364
      AHF Road Scholars Speakers Bureau

      Humanities and the Environment
      Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial Library, Alabama State University (Montgomery)
      6 p.m.
      Further information: (334) 229-7633
      AHF grant project

      FEBRUARY 10
      Red Mountain Reading Series: Wendy Reed

      Jefferson State Community College, Shelby Campus (Hoover)
      6 p.m.
      Further information: (205) 807-7627
      AHF grant project

      FEBRUARY 11
      Magnolia Springs Lecture Series: George Riggall

      Magnolia Springs Community Association (Magnolia Springs)
      6:30 p.m.
      Further information: (254) 968-5174
      AHF grant project

      FEBRUARY 16
      New Perspectives: Alabama and the WPA: Bert Hitchcock

      University Chapel, Auburn University (Auburn)
      4 p.m.
      Sponsored by C.M. Draughon Center for the Arts and Humanities
      Further information: (334) 844-4946
      AHF grant project

      FEBRUARY 18
      Dead Cats and Spunk Water: Superstitions and Strange Logic in the Writing of Mark Twain

      Dolores Hydock
      Autauga Prattville Public Library (Prattville)
      6:30 p.m.
      Sponsored by the Autauga-Prattville Public Library
      Jan Earnest: (334) 365-3396
      AHF Road Scholars Speakers Bureau

      The 55th Anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott
      Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (Birmingham)
      6 p.m.
      Further information: (205) 328-9696
      AHF grant project


      FEBRUARY 18-21
      Southern Voices 2010 Conference

      Hoover Public Library (Hoover)
      Further information: (205) 444-7810
      AHF grant project

      FEBRUARY 19
      Foot Soldiers for Democracy

      Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (Birmingham)
      2 p.m.
      Further information: (205) 328-9696
      AHF grant project

      FEBRUARY 20-MARCH 12
      Dora and the V-2: Slave Labor in the Space Age Exhibition

      University of Alabama at Huntsville (Huntsville)
      Further information: (256) 824-2565 or dora.uah.edu
      AHF grant project

      FEBRUARY 23
      New Perspectives: Alabama and the WPA:
      Susana Morris
      University Chapel, Auburn University (Auburn)
      4 p.m.
      Sponsored by C.M. Draughon Center for the Arts and Humanities
      Further information: (334) 844-4946
      AHF grant project

      FEBRUARY 24
      Alabama's Own Nat King Cole
      Daphne Simpkins
      Houston Cole Library, Jacksonville State University (Jacksonville)
      3:30 p.m.
      Sponsored by the Friends of Houston Cole Library
      John-Bauer Graham: (256) 782-5255
      AHF Road Scholars Speakers Bureau

      FEBRUARY 25
      Morrison and Twain: The Black and White of It

      Elaine Hughes
      Parnell Memorial Library (Montevallo)
      7 p.m.
      Sponsored by the Montevallo Branch of AAUW and Parnell Library
      Lee Freeman: (205) 665-2127
      AHF Road Scholars Speakers Bureau

      “When Our Hearts Were Young…”: The Literary Boyhoods of Mark Twain and Truman Capote
      Bert Hitchcock
      LaFayette Library (LaFayette)
      12 p.m.
      Sponsored by the LaFayette Pilot Public Library
      Betty Barrett: (334) 864-0012
      AHF Road Scholars Speakers Bureau

      New Perspectives: Alabama and the WPA: Susana Morris
      Public Library of Anniston-Calhoun County (Anniston)
      Sponsored by C.M. Draughon Center for the Arts and Humanities
      Further information: (334) 844-4946
      AHF grant project

      FEBRUARY 27
      The World of Childhood: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, To Kill a Mockingbird and The Kite Runner

      Nancy Anderson
      Choctaw County Public Library (Butler)
      7 p.m.
      Sponsored by Choctaw Co. Public Library
      Ashley K. Taylor: (205) 459-2542
      AHF Road Scholars Speakers Bureau

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