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  1. Prof. Dee Garceau’s “Remember Fort Pillow” Wins Best Shorts Competition Award

    the slaughter took place, and how the incident has been treated in public memory. History garceaud Faculty ...

    clasm-17 - 05/14/2018

  2. Fall 2015 “Communities in Conversation” Series

    Rhodes’ “Communities in Conversation” Series will present four public lectures this fall. ... leaders on the big issues faced nationally and around the world. Free and open to the public, they take ...

    clasm-17 - 08/02/2017

  3. Distinguished Alumni Recognized

    and Masters of Politics and Public Affairs. She practiced law for a short period of time before taking ... organization focused on the transformation of urban public schools. In addition, she became a fellow ...

    chalmersd - 10/29/2017

  4. Sixth Annual Unsheltered: Unseen Photography Show Is This Saturday

    located at 639 Marshall Avenue. Free and open to the public, the show is 5- 9 p.m. Unsheltered: Unseen ...

    clasm-17 - 05/14/2018

  5. Memphis Centered Best of Enemies Panel

    Professor of History, Rhodes College. The event is free and open to the public. No reservations are needed. ...

    hubmt-18 - 08/14/2018

  6. Rhodes Night at the Levitt Shell: NEA Jazz Master Charles Lloyd and the Rhodes Jazz Band

    as part of Rhodes Night at the Levitt Shell in Overton Park on Oct. 3. Free and open to the public ...

    hubmt-18 - 10/11/2015

  7. Prof. Kronenberg Voted President-Elect of International Association for Language Learning and Technology

    publication in the area of language center design and administration, according to the association’s current ...

    troma-17 - 06/08/2017

  8. Rhodes′ Phi Beta Kappa Chapter To Induct New Members

    both of these events.  The induction is free and open to the public; the luncheon costs $17 per person, ...

    morjc-17 - 06/29/2017

  9. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Mountaintop Speech Was More Than Brilliant Rhetorical Art, According to Prof. Scott Newstok

    throughout his too-brief life,” writes Newstok in the article published in  Chapter 16, a digital publication ...

    clasm-17 - 08/25/2015

  10. Catherine Cuellar ’96

    for several Web sites. She says, “Eventually I got my foot in the door in public broadcasting as an associate ... syndicated public radio show called “The Writers Studio,” on which she interviews both fiction and nonfiction ... In this capacity she advises on how city tax dollars are spent on public works of art and culture. And she does ...

    wallacen - 06/02/2017

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