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|02/04/2014 - Parker kicks off HSARI lecture series at Flagler College
On Feb. 18, Executive Director of the Saint Augustine Historical Society Susan Parker will discuss the plight of white indentured servants who were the first to run away as part of the Historic St. Augustine Research Institute speaker series.
|02/03/2014 - Graham to discuss story of ‘Race Pride Man’ at Community Lecture Series talk
At the turn of the twentieth century, Frank P. Thompson was rising as a leader among the black employees of Henry Flagler’s hotels. Thompson will be the subject of Dr. Thomas Graham’s Feb. 18 Community Lecture Series talk.
|02/03/2014 - Flagler professors awarded sabbatical for 2014-15 academic year
Flagler College professors Hadley Mozer and Carl Williams have been granted sabbatical leaves for the upcoming 2014-15 year.
|01/29/2014 - Burdan lecture to air on C-SPAN
A December lecture by Flagler Assistant Professor Judith Burdan will air on C-SPAN’S American History TV this weekend.
|01/24/2014 - Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist to speak as part of Flagler Forum series
Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Walt Handelsman will be the guest speaker at the next installment of the Flagler College Forum on Government and Public Policy lecture series on Feb. 11.
|01/24/2014 - Columbia professor to discuss author Hurston at Solarium lecture
Columbia University Associate Professor John McWhorter will discuss author and former St. Augustine resident Zora Neale Hurston at Flagler College’s Solarium on Feb. 8.
|01/23/2014 - ‘The Loving Story’ screened as part of Ideas & Images series on Feb. 6
Flagler College will present the film “The Loving Story” as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities’ African-American film series on Feb. 6.
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