|Event Name:||Aiken in the Alley|
|Event Description:||The University of South Carolina Aiken presents a new community series, "Aiken in the Alley".
Sponsored by the university's College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, the Aiken in the Alley community series will run Sept 28 - Dec 14 and include lectures, conversations and music. Faculty in political science, English, history and music will offer insights and meaningful dialogue on a range of topics affecting our community, nation and world.
Events will begin promptly at 11am at the university's Alley location at 141 Newberry Street SW.
Thursday, September 28 | 11am - 12pm
Associate Professor of Political Science, Matthew Thornburg, "The What and the Why of the Straight Ticket Voting Option"
Thursday, October 12 | 11am - 12pm
Associate Professor of English, Todd Hagstette, "Fear the Future!: Netflix's Black Mirror and Technological Dystopia"
Thursday, October 26 | 11am - 12pm
Associate Professor of English, Julie Wise, "Victorian Literary Hauntings and Hauntologies"
Thursday, November 9 | 11am - 12pm
Join faculty and students for 'Poetry in the Alley' with Broken Ink, USCA's Literary and Visual Arts Magazine
Thursday, November 16 | 11am - 12pm
Distinguished Professor Emeritus and Carolina Trustee Professor, Tom Mack, "Aiken's Nineteenth-Century Man of Genius, Poet and Inventor James Matthewes Legare"
Thursday, December 7 | 11am - 12pm
Associate Professor of History, Elizabeth Georgian, "Spinning and Revolutions: Demonstrations of Historical Spinning Techniques"
Thursday, December 14 | 11am - 12pm
A Performance by the USCA Music Program
For more information, call (803) 641-3784.
|Event Class:||Arts & Culture|
|Contact Person or Organization:||USC Aiken College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences|
|Start Date/Time:||11/9/2023 11:00 AM|
|End Date/Time:||11/9/2023 12:00 PM|
|Directions:||USC Aiken - Alley Location
141 Newberry Street SW
Aiken, SC 29801