Presented by Jeannette Rankin Foundation, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, and Athens Chautauqua Society.
Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Join us on Saturday, March 11, 2023, for a community conversation sparked by artist Alice Woodruff and formidable women. View a selection of the sculptures from the exhibition Warrior Women: From Invisible to Formidable One Hundred Strong. Following a brief lecture by artist Alice Woodruff, a panel will explore themes from the exhibition. The artist and panel will participate in a Q & A with the audience. Light reception. Event sponsored by the Russell Library and Jeannette Rankin Foundation.
Join the Russell Library for a program with James C. "Jim" Cobb on Thursday, February 2, 2023, at 4:oo p.m. in room 271 of the UGA Special Collections Building. Following a talk about his new book C. Vann Woodward: America's Historian (UNC Press, 2022), Cobb will participate in a Q&A with the audience and book signing. Light reception to follow. This event is free and open to the public. Parking is available in the Hull Street Deck.
About the Book
Join the UGA Libraries for a program with journalist John Pruitt on Thursday, January 26th at 6:00 p.m. in room 285 of the UGA Special Collections Building. Following a talk about his new book Tell It True, Pruitt will participate in a Q&A with the audience. A light reception will follow. This event is free and open to the public. Parking is available in the Hull Street Parking Deck.
Curious about the rising cost of groceries, supply chains, and supermarkets? Join the Russell Library for the third annual Food, Power, and Politics Lecture featuring former UGA professor of history Dr. Shane Hamilton, who will deliver a talk on "Food Politics and the Cost of Living".
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Join us for a virtual program with Mark Pack, former political pollster and current president of the Liberal Democrats, as he discusses his book Polling UnPacked (2022).
The event is sponsored by the Russell Library, the UGA Press, the Applied Politics Certificate Program, and the Public Affairs Communications Program.
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Join us for a program with Robin Morris, associate professor of history at Agnes Scott College, for a discussion of her new book Goldwater Girls to Reagan Women: Gender, Georgia, and the Growth of the New Right (2022). Her work has appeared in Entering the Fray: Gender, Politics, and Culture in the New South.
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Greg Bluestein is a political reporter and author who covers the governor's office and Georgia politics for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He writes for the front-page of the AJC, contributes to the Political Insider blog and morning Jolt newsletter, hosts the Politically Georgia podcast and is a frequent guest on local and national TV and radio programs. He's an MSNBC and NBC News contributor and the author of Flipped, a book on Georgia's epic 2020 election.
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Join us for a screening of the HBO documentary King in the Wilderness directed by Peter Kunhardt (True Justice: Bryan Stevenson's Fight for Equality (2019), John McCain: For Whom the Bell Tolls (2018), Becoming Warren Buffett (2017), and Living with Lincoln (2015). Pizza lunch provided. RSVP recommended but not required for lunch count.
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