Food for Thought Lunchtime Lecture Series
The Alabama Department of Archives and History has announced the 2019 schedule for its popular Alabama history lunchtime lecture series, Food for Thought. Lectures are held on the third Thursday of every month at 12:00 pm in the ADAH’s Joseph M. Farley Alabama Power Auditorium. The public is invited to bring a brown bag lunch. Complimentary beverages are provided. Admission is always free. Food for Thought 2019 is made possible with support from the Friends of the Alabama Archives and the Alabama Humanities Foundation.
January 17 • Tina Naremore Jones Folklorist Ruby Pickens Tartt: Composing a New Score
February 21 • Peggy Allen Towns Scottsboro Unmasked: Decatur’s Story
March 21 • Ben Severance Voting on the War: The 1863 Alabama Election
April 18 • Derryn Moten presents Crusader Without Violence: The First Biography of Martin Luther King, Jr.
May 16 • Elizabeth Findlay Shores Finding Family History: The Secrets in an Antique Coverlet
June 20 • Brian Odom Alabama and the Moon Landing:
July 18 • Jason Wilson A History of Hops: Craft Brewing in Alabama
August 15 • Frye Gaillard A Hard Rain: America in the 1960s
September 19 • William Nichols Go and Be Reconciled: Alabama Methodists Confront Racial Injustice, 1954 - 1974 Historian William Nicholas will discuss the fascinating story of the ongoing struggle for civil rights in Alabama in the 1960s and the attempts of the United Methodists to integrate their conferences.
October 17 • Alex Colvin Old Traditions in a New State: Creek Families in Alabama
November 21 • Harriet Seacat Surges in the Bayou: Exploring Forces of Change in Bayou La Batre
December 19 • Thomas Kaufmann Historic Tower Clocks and Bells of Alabama
For more information, call (334) 242-4435.
Thu., Oct. 17, 2019, 12:00PM – 1:00PM
More Information on Website: www.archives.state.al.us/press_release/2018/GeneralPressReleaseFFT2019.pdf
Alabama Department of Archives & History, 624 Washington Ave, Montgomery, AL 36130
Category: History, Arts, Community