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      Alabama Humanities March Events

       

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      Alabama Humanities Foundation

       

      March 2011

      March 3
      At Home Between the Earth and Sky: Voices from Chandler Mountain
      Road Scholars Speakers Bureau with Dolores Hydock
      2324 Cumberland Lake Drive (Pinson)
      Sponsored by the NLAPW Pen Women of America
      10:30 am
      Bettye Howell: (205) 681-3580
      AHF program

      March 3
      Southern Outsiders Film Series
      Inherit the Wind
      Jule Collins Smith Museum (Auburn)
      6 p.m.  
      Film series presented as public programming to complement Reverend Howard Finster: Stranger in Paradise, an exhibition that will be on view at the Jule Collins Smith Museum at Auburn.
      Further information: (917) 873-3901
      Grants Project

      March 3-6                                   
      “The Glass Menagerie”
      The Carnegie Visual Arts Center (Decatur)
      Further information:  www.southernliterarytrail.org
      Grants Project

      March 6
      Dear Scott, Dearest Zelda: Love Letters from Felder Avenue
      The F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Museum (Montgomery)
      2 p.m.
      Further information: www.southernliterarytrail.org
      Grants Project

      March 7
      At Home Between the Earth and Sky: Voices from Chandler Mountain
      Road Scholars Speakers Bureau presentation with Dolores Hydock
      Hoover Public Library
      Sponsored by the Friends of the Hoover Public Library
      10 a.m.
      Pat S. Bendall: (205) 823-2891
      AHF program

      March 8
      Bringing the World to Alabama
      Alabama World Affairs Council (Montgomery)
      6:15 p.m.  
      Lecture focuses on “The Future of Korea” from a historic perspective and the role of religion in international affairs.
      Further information: (334) 284-2636
      Grants Project

      March 8                              
      Selma-Dallas County Reading-Discussion Series
      Selma-Dallas County Public Library
      4 p.m. 
      Part of a monthly discussion series with the scholar Nancy Anderson.  
      Further information:  (334) 874-1725
      Grants Project

      March 9
      Title: TBD
      Road Scholars Speakers Bureau presentation with Dolores Hydock
      Hueytown Library
      Sponsored by the Hueytown Hobby Club
      2 p.m.
      Meredith Vickers: (205) 491-3652
      AHF program

      March 10                               
      Southern Outsiders Film Series
      O Brother, Where Art Thou?
      Jule Collins Smith Museum (Auburn)
      6 p.m.
      Film series presented as public programming to complement "Reverend Howard Finster: Stranger in Paradise," an exhibition that will be on view at the Jule Collins Smith Museum at Auburn.
      Further information: (917) 873-3901
      Grants Project

      March 11
      Red Mountain Reading Series
      Jefferson State Community College
      11 a.m.
      Reading by fiction writer Anita M. Garner.
      Further information: (205) 807-7627
      Grants Project

      March 11                                   
      Visiting Authors & Storytellers Series
      Shelby County Arts Council
      Public performance and discussion by Dolores Hydock and Bobby Horton.
      Further information: (205) 699-0044
      Grants Project

      March 17
      ArchiTreats: Food for Thought
      Alabama Department of Archives & History (Montgomery)
      12 p.m.
      Part of a public discussion series. This month, Michael  Flannery will discuss “The Civil War Pharmacy."
      Further information: (334) 353-4693
      Grants Project

      March 18                               
      Albert Murray and the Aesthetic Imagination of a Nation
      The Mobile Carnival Museum (Mobile)
      7 p.m.
      Further information:  www.southernliterarytrail.org
      Grants Project

      March 19
      Tennessee Williams and Plays of the Gulf Coast
      Mobile
      2 p.m.
      Further information:  www.southernliterarytrail.org
      Grants Project

      March 19                                 
      The Sweet Lunacy of Eugene Walter: A Porch Play
      The Cox-Deasy House at Oakleigh (Mobile)
      4 p.m.
      Further information:  www.southernliterarytrail.org
      Grants Project

      March 24
      Women of the Reconstruction: A Waiting Emancipation
      Gaineswood (Demopolis)
      5:30 p.m.    
      Further information: www.southernliterarytrail.org
      Grants Project

      March 24-26                                   
      Tennessee William’s “The Glass Menagerie”
      The Demopolis Old School Theatre (Demopolis)
      Further information: www.southernliterarytrail.org
      Grants Project

      March 25
      Daring to Defend Our Rights: A Discussion of Civility in Alabama Public Life
      Alabama Power Auditorium, Alabama Department of Archives and History (Montgomery)
      For more information, please click here.
      9:30 a.m.
      Further information: (205) 558-3993 or (205) 665-9005
      AHF program

      March 26                      
      Amanda/Regina: Fashioning Southern Women for the Broadway Stage
      The Demopolis Old School Theatre (Demopolis)
      4:30 p.m. 
      Further information: www.southernliterarytrail.org
      Grants Project

      March 29
      At Home Between Earth and Sky: Voices from Chandler Mountain
      Road Scholars Speakers Bureau presentation with Dolores Hydock
      Irondale Public Library
      Sponsored by the Irondale Public Library
      6 p.m.
      April Wallace: (205) 951-1415
      AHF program

      March 30                                  
      The Ralph Ellison Lecture
      Tuskegee University, The Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center
      2 p.m. 
      Further information: (334) 727-8100
      Grants Project

      March 30 – April 2
      2011 Slash Pine Poetry Festival
      University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa sites
      Further information: (205) 348-5065
      Grants Project

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