Humanities at AU: November News and Events
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[November 1] "Smart Girls--Women and Risk," a lecture by Patricia Foster, Breeden Scholar in Residence with the Department of English and Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities and Professor in the MFA Writing Program at the University of Iowa. Sponsored by the Women's Studies Program in the College of Liberal Arts. Biggin Hall 005, 4:00 pm.
[November 1] POV Previews: Reportero. The Gnu’s Room, 7:00 pm.
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Becoming Alabama: This Goodly Land
January 25-26, 2013
“From thy Southern shores…to thy Northern vale,” “from thy prairies broad and fertile,” to “thy quarries where the marble/White as that of Paros gleams…” Julia Tutwiler’s lyrics for Alabama’s state song reflect the profound geographic diversity of our state, as well as our storied sense of place. Join us to explore that diversity through the lenses of art and agriculture, history and culture, as well as geology, botany, and current efforts at conservation and restoration. At the third annual Becoming Alabama conference, noted experts will discuss how we have shaped and been shaped by the land called Alabama.
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