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Oglethorpe University

3c609 Urbex Chamblee Olgathorpe
Call: (404) 261-1441 or visit oglethorpe.edu
The small liberal arts college is graced with a beautiful campus of granite and concrete neo-gothic buildings. The school was founded in 1835 in Milledgeville, making it one of Georgia's oldest. But it closed its doors twice for extended periods and was reopened at its current location in 1915. Classes are small and admissions are relatively competitive for its 1,100 students. Well-known for its Georgia Shakespeare program. The small museum is also worth a look.
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Murray Pomerance Lecture - Three Cinematic Gestures

Wednesday January 16, 2019 07:00 pm EST
This talk will examine three cinematic gestures, one from the 1940s, one from the 1970s, and one from the 2000s, in order to help open to discussion and observation the tiny delicacies, carefully composed, that make for the screen moment. Murray Pomerance is an independent scholar living in Toront...
Cost: Free

Lecture: “Writing the War: World War I and Twentieth-Century Literature” by Dr. Sarah Terry

Thursday November 15, 2018 06:00 pm EST
Venue: Oglethorpe University, Philip Weltner Library World War I: 100th Anniversary Commemoration is a campus-wide, semester long effort to commemorate the history of the event. The staff of the Philip Weltner Library have partnered with faculty in French, German, English, History, and Music to pres...
Cost: Free

Lecture: “Martin Du Gard’s Thibault Family and World War I” by Dr. Jay Lutz

Thursday September 6, 2018 06:00 pm EDT
Venue: Oglethorpe University, Philip Weltner Library World War I: 100th Anniversary Commemoration is a campus-wide, semester long effort to commemorate the history of the event. The staff of the Philip Weltner Library have partnered with faculty in French, German, English, History, and Music to pres...
Cost: Free
4484 Peachtree Road N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30319
(404) 261-1441
oglethorpe.edu