Sept Humanities Events in Auburn
September News and Events
March News and Events: Upcoming events and program highlights.
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September 8: [Gnu's Room Partnership] Celebration of A Ford in the River by Charles S. Rose. 7:00 pm, The Gnu's Room.
September 13: [Book Talk] Keeping the Faith: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives by Wayne Flynt. 3:00 pm, Special Collections and Archives Department, RBD Library.
September 13: [Book Talk] An Intimate Conversation with Wayne Flynt. 7:00 pm, The Gnu’s Room.
September 16: [Gnu's Room Partnership] Sweetgrass. 7:00 pm, The Gnu's Room. This event is a collaboration with POV, the award-winning independent nonfiction film series on PBS. Co-sponsored by the Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities in the College of Liberal Arts at Auburn University and The Gnu's Room.
September 20: [Lecture] “John James Audubon’s Assistant, Maria Martin Bachman (1796- 1863),” by Debra Lindsay, Professor of History at the University of New Brunswick Saint John. 5:00 pm, Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art. Co-sponsored by the Department of History, Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for Arts and Humanities, and Women’s Studies Program.
September 20: [Poetry] Poetry at Play: Readings Favorite and Original. 6:30 pm, Haley Center 3183.
For a complete list of events, please visit our website.
Auburn Writers Conference
The second annual Auburn Writers Conference will be held October 7-8, 2011 at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center. The conference will feature small-group workshops, panel discussions, and readings. Want more information? Visit the website or find us Facebook.
Bookmark at Pebble Hill
This past year, we were happy to have Bookmark film interviews with poets Peter Campion and Richard Tillinghast at Pebble Hill. English professor and host Don Noble engages authors in a thoughtful discussion about their lives, creative influences, and of course, their literary works. Bookmark airs each Sunday at 11:00 am on Alabama Public Television. Both the Campion and Tillinghast video are available online here.
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