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Auburn University Libraries will host five programs in their Discover Auburn Lecture series during the fall semester. All events are open to the public and will be held at 3 p.m. in the Caroline Marshall Draughon Auditorium on the ground floor of the Ralph Brown Draughon Library.

  • Aug. 29
    Salhia Ben-Messahel, “The White Australia Policy and the Stolen Generations: Issues of Race and Identity”

  • Sept. 5
    Dennis Bodewits, “Auburn University and the Hubble Telescope”

  • Sept. 26
    Andrea Kelley, book talk: “Soundies Jukebox Films and the Shift to Small Screen Culture”

  • Oct. 24
    Mark Thornton, book talk: “The Skyscraper Curse: And How Austrian Economists Predicted Every Major Economic Crisis of the Last Century”

  • Nov. 14
    Tim Dodge, "I’ll Be Locked Here in this Cell ‘til my Body’s Just a Shell: Hank Williams on Crime and Punishment”

The Discover Auburn Lecture Series showcases the work of Auburn’s faculty and staff. Past lectures in the series may be viewed at https://www.lib.auburn.edu/discoverauburn/.