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1998-1999 PROGRAMS
revised June 15, 1998


LOCATIONS: WITH ONE EXCEPTION, THESE MONDAY NIGHT MEETINGS ARE AT WESTMINSTER HOUSE, AT THE CORNER OF COPELAND AND WEST PARK AVENUE. ON MARCH 1, 1999. WE WILL MEET AT THE NEW CLAUDE PEPPER CENTER ON THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY CAMPUS.

TIMES: WITH ONE EXCEPTION, EACH MEETING BEGINS AT 7:30 (OUR ANNUAL DINNER BEGINS AT 7)

  • Monday, September 14, 1998:
    "MEMORIES OF A POET: JOHN MACKAY SHAW AND ME"
    Cathmar Shaw Prange of Riverside, Iowa
  • Monday, October 19:
    "A SPECIAL TREAT: A READING FROM HER FICTION"
    Sheila Ortiz-Taylor, Department of English, Florida State University
  • Monday, November 9:
    "CONSTRUCTING CHILDHOOD: BLACK CHILDREN'S LITERATURE, 1854-1865"
    Chanta Haywood, Department of English, Florida State University
    -- first in a series of occasional programs, "A Closer Look at our Special Collections"
  • Monday, December 7:
    "THE BOOK I COULD WRITE ABOUT THIS PLACE!"
    Lucy Morgan, Pulitzer Prize-winner and Tallahassee bureau chief, St. Petersburg Times
  • Monday, January 11, 1999:
    "DOCUMENTING BLACK CHURCHES IN FLORIDA"
    Richard Dozier, Professor of Architecture, Florida A & M University
  • Monday, February 15:
    "LAWYERS AND HISTORIANS: TWO APPROACHES TO THE PAST"
    Sally Hadden, Department of History, Florida State University

  • Monday, March 1, at the new Claude Pepper Center:
    "EYEWITNESS TO A CENTURY:
    INTRODUCING THE CLAUDE PEPPER CENTER"

    Frances Campbell, Director, Claude Pepper Center
    and Burt Altman, Archivist, the Claude Pepper Library

    Note: approximately 30 parking spaces will be available for Friends that evening in the lot alongside the Housewright Music Building
    (at the corner, across the street from Hecht House.)
  • 7:00 p.m. Monday, April 5, the Friends' annual dinner:
    "JOURNALISM AND REAL WRITING"
    Diane Roberts, Department of English, University of Alabama
  • Monday, June 14, in observance of "Juneteenth":
    "VOICES OF FREEDOM: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE"
    Keith Thomas, School of Journalism, Media and Graphic Arts, Florida A & M University
and coming in the Fall of 1999:
"MRS. BEETON'S DOMESTIC POLICY"
Barry Faulk, Department of English, Florida State University
-- in the new series of occasional programs, "A Closer Look at Our Special Collections"

SUGGESTIONS FOR FUTURE PROGRAMS?
Please contact the Friends' vice president and program chair, Prof. Dennis Moore,
c/o Florida State's Department of English, 644-1177 (or at dmoore@english.fsu.edu.)

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