SAGE offers a series of short lectures and discussions on Monday afternoons in the SEED Center centered on a specific theme each fall and spring.
In his book with the same title, Sexton will talk about the historically rich, interconnected Creole world between New Orleans and Latin Caribbean cities with similar colonial histories such as Cuba, Ecuador, Argentina, Bolivia and Haiti. He became intrigued with this Creole world after traveling to Central and South America as a young man.
Other presentations this semester will include:
- Oct. 3 - The Louisiana Populist Movement, 1881-1900 - Dr. Donna Barnes
- Oct. 24 – Degas: A New Vision! – Bridget McDaniel
- Oct. 31 – Chenier Plain: From Market Hunting to Sports Hunting – Richard Crowell
- Nov. 14 - Texas Jailhouse Music: A Prison Band History - Caroline Gnagy
- Nov. 28 - Congo Square: African Roots in New Orleans - Freddi Williams Evans
Lectures are open to the public and cost is $59 for the series. For more information or to register, call 337-475-5616 or visit www.mcneese.edu/leisure.
Persons needing accommodations as provided by the Americans with Disabilities Act should contact the ADA Coordinator at 337-475-5428, voice; 337-475-5960, fax; 337-562-4227, TDD/TTY, hearing impaired; or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.