Remnant Trust: Programs and Courses
Fall 2011 - Save the Dates!
Public programs are free, open to the public and held in the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum.
Thursday, September 22, Reception at 5:30 p.m.; Lecture at 6:30 p.m.
"The City in History: From Plato to the FEderalist Papers" Professor David Baum, Director Remnant Trust at WTAMU
Sponsored by Brown and Fortunato, PC
Thursday, October 13, Reception at 5:30 p.m.; Lecture at 6:30 p.m.
The City in Early America: The City Upon the Hill
Professor Wade Shaffer, History Dept. and Interim Provost, WTAMU
Sponsored by Roni and Patrick Swindell in honor of the students of Ascension Academy and by Interstate Bank
Thursday, November 10, Reception at 5:30 p.m.; Lecture at 6:30 p.m.
The Local and the Global: Cities, Towns, and Communities
Professor David Baum, Director, The Remant Trust at WTAMU
Professor Jean Stuntz, History Dept., WTAMU
Cliff Vanderpool, Director, Panhandle Plains Historical Museum
Mary Emeny, Director, Mariposa Eco-Village
James Barrington, Editor, The Canyon NewsSponsored by Norma and Tom Cambridge and Sue and Bill Hale
Documents are on exhibit in the Research Center, 3rd floor, Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum.
For an individual or group appointment, contact Research Center Director, Warren Stricker: firstname.lastname@example.org or 806.651.2254. Appointment hours: T, W, Th, 1-5 and Fri, 10-12, 1-5.
For general information on programs and exhibits, contact Professor David Baum, Director, The Remant Trust at WTAMU: email@example.com or 806.651.2040.
Remant Trust at WTAMU: Courses
Each fall, Dr. Baum will teach a Remant Trust course, based in the Honors program and open to undergraduates and graduate students. In addition, dozens of courses and faculty members make planned and regular use of the exhibit in courses and presentations throughout the fall.
Continuing Education course, Fall 2011, Tuesdays at 10:30, October 4-25: "And To the Republic For Which It Stands," will use original works of Plato, Jefferson and the founding American documents to examine democracy in the US and Ancient Greece. For information, contact Continuing Education: 806.651.2037.