UWF Downtown

The College of Arts and Sciences presents a lecture series promoting the value of the liberal arts in contemporary life. UWF-Downtown serves as showcase for outstanding teacher scholars who serve the community as UWF faculty. The Series also showcase scholars of national prominence who amply illustrate the essential role of the liberal arts in building and sustaining contemporary culture.


John Markowitz Downtown Series

Mr. John Markowitz, University of West Florida

Program Director of Art

"Notes from a Painter's Studio"

Wednesday, April 2, 2014 Pensacola Museum of Art
407 S. Jefferson Street
5:30pm Light Refreshments
6:00pm Lecture


Allen Josephs

Dr. Allen Josephs, University of West Florida
Professor of English & World Languages
"The Quest for God in The Road"

Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Florida Institute for Human & Machine Cognition
40 S. Alcaniz
5:30pm Light Refreshments
6:00pm Lecture

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Carol Tavris

Dr. Carol Tavris, Author & Social Psychologist
"Mistakes were Made but not by Me"

Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Pensacola Little Theatre
400 S. Jefferson Street
5:30pm Light Refreshments
6:00pm Lecture

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Amy Mitchell-Cook Downtown Series

Dr. Amy Mitchell-Cook, University of West Florida

Chair & Associate Professor of History

"Women of the Sea: Female Pirates, Sailors and Wives Who Set Sail"

Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Heritage Hall at Seville Quarter
130 E. Government Street
5:30pm Light Refreshments
6:00pm Lecture

 


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