Calendar of Events
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
UT Humanities Center: Public Books Circle - Wanderlust: A History of Walking
A public reading and discussion group
Wednesday, March 3
Matthew Brauer, Assistant Professor of French and Francophone Studies, MFLL
Wanderlust: A History of Walking
by Rebecca Solnit
Would you like to attend a terrific book discussion led by a UT expert without leaving your home? The UT Humanities Center now offers a free public book discussion online! Students, faculty, and members of the public are all welcome. With the support of Union Avenue Books, an independent bookstore, we will help you to keep reading and learning at all stages and walks of life.
On the day of the discussion, you can join a University of Tennessee faculty member in an online book discussion via Zoom. Our UT faculty read widely and deeply into perspectives ranging from the ancients to the moderns, from work in ancient archeology to contemporary poetry, new economic theory, and media studies. Join us to hear an expert in the field talk about the major ideas of a text that you have read, and engage in an enlightening discussion! Learn more: https://uthumanitiesctr.utk.edu/public/reading.php
First Presbyterian Church: Urban Renewal/ Urban Removal with Jack Neely
Jack Neely Speaks during Matthew 25 Lenten Teaching Series on March 3rd
Free · Online Event
Wednesday at 6:30 PM EST
On March 3, longtime journalist and Knoxville historian Jack Neely will speak at 6:30 p.m. about the Urban Renewal/ Urban Removal for the Coliseum and James White Parkway that damaged the Black business district and so many Black neighborhoods, and suggestions for what we can do to participate in Urban renewal. To get the Zoom link for this event, please send a Facebook message to the First Presbyterian Church Facebook page or firstname.lastname@example.org.