Humanities Lecture Series

    Attend our Humanities Lecture Series on the third Thursday of every month!  We meet at 7 p.m. at the Southern Cultural Heritage Complex and the event is free of charge.  Please Contact Us for more information or to be placed on our mailing list.


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Previous Humanities Lecture Series Events

May 17, 2001 - "Stephen D. Lee and the Making of an American Shrine."  Terrence J. Winschel

April 19, 2001 - "From the Pen of a She-Rebel: The Civil War Diary of Emilie Riley McKinley."  Gordon Cotton

March 15, 2001 - "Truth:  Four Stories I am Finally Old Enough to Tell."  A reading by Ellen Douglas 

February 15, 2001 - "Outside the Lines: African-Americans and the Integration of the NFL." by Dr. Charles Ross

January 18, 2001 - "Rural Cajun Mardi Gras."  By Carolyn Ware

November 16, 2000 - "The History of the University of Mississippi."  By David Sansing

October 19, 2000 - "Deer Camp in the Delta."  By Alan Huffman

September 21, 2000 - "Women's Civil War Diaries."  By Carol West

August 17, 2000 - "Hot Tomales."  By John T. Edge

July 20, 2000 - "Mississippi's Traditional Crafts."  By Larry Morrisey

June 15, 2000 - "The Choctaw of Mississippi."  By Kenneth Carleton

May 18, 2000 - "Regenerating Southern Culture in the 1950s."
By Pete Daniel, curator of the National Museum of American History in Washington D.C.

April 20, 2000 - "Images and Stories of Vicksburg."  By Gordon A. Cotton, Director and Curator of the Old Court House Museum

March 16, 2000 - "You Can Come Home Again."  By Martha Ferris

February 17, 2000 "Roads from the Bottom."  By C. K. Chiplin

January 20, 2000 "From General Stores to Super Centers:  Shopping in Mississippi History."  By Dr. Ted Ownby

December 16, 1999 "Due South: Dispatches from Down Home."  By R. Scott Brunner

November 18, 1999 "Native Americans Cultures of Mississippi."  By Samuel Brooks

October 21, 1999 "My Mind to Me a Kingdom Is: The Legacy of Dr. Jane Ellen McAllister." By David Rae Morris

September 16, 1999 "Sources of the Delta Blues: The Continuing Vitality of a Mississippi Tradition."  By D. C. and Stephen Young