Georgia Southern University announces the schedule for the 2019 Moveable Feast lecture series, presented by the College of Arts and Humanities, in cooperation with the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, in historic venues throughout Savannah. All events begin at 6 p.m. and are free and open to the public.
The fifth annual series, which kicks off on Jan. 10, will feature monthly lectures and performances by distinguished Georgia Southern faculty from the Statesboro and Armstrong campuses.
“Armstrong’s Moveable Feast series offers the Savannah community the opportunity to celebrate the vital role the liberal arts plays in our society,” noted College of Arts and Humanities Associate Dean Teresa Winterhalter, Ph.D. “We invite the public to join our accomplished faculty and explore thought-provoking ideas in a wide range of fields, from history and literature to social sciences and the arts.”
The complete schedule of events follows:
Thursday, Jan. 10 at The Telfair Academy, Rotunda, 121 Barnard St. – Lecture and Concert: “Actions and Reactions: Sounds and Sights of a World Foregone”.
Thursday, Feb. 21 at The King Tisdale Foundation and Beach Institute of African-American Culture, 502 East Harris St. – “Everyday Anti-Racism: Images, Institutions, and You”.
Thursday, March 28 at The Temple Mickve Israel, 20 E. Gordon St. – “Writing and Rewriting the Bible: The Dead Sea Scrolls 70 Years Later”.
Thursday, April 18 at the Ships of the Sea Museum, 41 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. – “On the Water and Beneath the Waves; Stories of Coastal Georgia”.
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