Southern Environmental History Symposium

Pebble Hill

Centered on a special issue of the <em>Alabama Review </em>to be published in April that explores the state’s environmental history\, the symposium offers a window into a rapidly growing number of studies that has called attention to the historical intersections of nature and culture in the South. Speakers include Jack Davis\, University...

Guest Lecture: Vulnerable Populations, Immigration, and Niger Update

Ralph B. Draughon Library - Caroline Marshall Draughon Auditorium

Michael Anthony Battle Sr.\, former US Ambassador to the African Union will address recent developments in Niger\, public policy\, political issues and immigration on the continent of Africa. He will also discuss vulnerable populations and fake news. This event is free and open to the public and being cosponsored by The Patience...

Social Justice Panel

Haley Center Room 3203

This panel will highlight the ways in which women faculty turn their research and other kinds of work for the university into programs\, performances and beneficial actions of all kinds to advance social justice. Mitchell Brown\, professor and Ph.D. Program Director in the Department of Political Science\, College of Liberal...

Is It Just Food?

Pebble Hill

As part of No Impact Week\, the community is invited to an event featuring vendors\, local farmers\, and organizations. Presenters  will be showcasing their products related to food policies\, food movements\, food and culture\, food and arts\, food and social media\, food and environment\, food and health\, food and identity\, and other food...

Alabama Love Stories

Telfair B. Peet Theatre

Auburn University Theatre is presenting its 105th season in partnership with the Alabama Bicentennial Commission to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the state. The theme for this season — “Acts of Kindness” — is inspired by a quote from Amelia Earhart\, famed aviator and author\, and honors the rich and...

Freedom Readers: The African American Reception of Dante Alighieri and the Divine Comedy

Ralph B. Draughon Library - Caroline Marshall Draughon Auditorium

A lecture by Dr. Dennis Looney, Professor of Italian Studies and MLA Director of the Office of Programs and ADFL. Free and open to the public. For more information, contact Rosetta Giuliani Caponetto at rgc0006@auburn.edu. Sponsored by the Departments of English, Foreign Languages and Literatures, and History, the Africana Studies...

Intentional Listening: How to Love Your Neighbor in the Midst of Terror

First Presbyterian Church

Join Rev. Dr. Joan Harrell, diversity coordinator from the School of Communication and Journalism, for an interfaith and multicultural potluck, vigil, and discussion of issues of faith, racism, xenophobia, and domestic terrorism. Local faith leaders and the mayors of Auburn and Opelika will be present to look critically at what it...

Tarana J Burke, Founder of #MeToo

Telfair B. Peet Theatre

Tarana Burke, a civil rights activist and graduate of <a href='https://www.facebook.com/auburnmontgomery/'>Auburn University at Montgomery</a> and <a href='https://www.facebook.com/asu/'>Alabama State University,</a> will be delivering the Extraordinary Women Lecture. She has been recognized as one of the 100 most influential people of 2018 and person of the year in 2017 (with a group dubbed...

Virtual Diversity Symposium

Online Event

The College of Liberal Arts will host its annual Diversity Symposium via Zoom. Faculty and students representing different departments and colleges at Auburn University will come together, share their passion for the field and learn about the diversity research being conducted on campus. Presentations will focus on a variety of...

Sonic Nation Livestream

Online Event

Auburn University’s Sonic Nation is excited to announce their final show of the semester: Six Feet Apart! This virtual concert includes a collection of covers and original songs sang, played, recorded, and mixed by students in Auburn’s first commercial music ensemble. Over the semester, musicians and vocalists recorded their parts...

Becoming the Beloved Community Amid the Fragility of Democracy and White Supremacy

Online Event

The Auburn University College of Liberal Arts will host a public virtual dialogue, on “Becoming the Beloved Community Amid the Fragility of Democracy and White Supremacy,” in commemoration of the 56th anniversary of Bloody Sunday at the Edmund Pettus Bridge, Selma, AL. Everyone is invited to register for this event. Participants...

Becoming the Beloved Community Amid the Fragility of Democracy and White Supremacy

Online Event

The Auburn University College of Liberal Arts will host a public virtual dialogue on Monday, March 1, on “Becoming the Beloved Community Amid the Fragility of Democracy and White Supremacy,”  in commemoration of the 56th anniversary of Bloody Sunday at the Edmund Pettus Bridge, Selma, AL. Everyone is invited to register...