Deep South Humanities Initiative
- I notice in the fall 2000 issue of the _Southern Register_, quarterly
newsletter of the Center for the Study of Southern Culture at the University
of Mississippi, that the third planning meeting for the Deep South
Humanities Initiative will be held tomorrow, November 16, at the
Selma-Dallas County Library in Selma...if any subscribers attend, perhaps
they could give us a report??
Let me also recommend _Southern Register_...it is an excellent and FREE
publication...more information about the Center's programs and publications
can be found at http://www.olemiss.edu/depts/south
--aj wright // ajwright@...
- Pebble Hill Program
John T. Edge, Director of the Southern Foodways Symposium, will speak about his newly published "Southern Belly: The Ultimate Food Lover's Companion to the South," at the Auburn University Center for Arts and Humanities on Tuesday, November 21, at 5:00 p.m. Edge is well-known for his delicious and humorous descriptions of Southern cuisine and eateries and insights into the role of food in Southern culture. No glove compartment should be without a copy of "Southern Belly" which is essential reading for anyone wishing to eat his/her way through the South.
A reception with suitable Southern "hors d'oeuvres" may precede and will certainly follow John T's presentation. The AU Center for Arts and Humanities is located in Pebble Hill at 101 Debardeleben Street, Auburn, Alabama. Pebble Hill events are free and open to the public. For additional information, call 334-844-4946.
Auburn University Center for Arts and Humanities
101 Debardeleben Street
Auburn, AL 36849