Nunez Community College is proud to announce the line up for the Spring 2019 Nunez History Lecture Series. The series is a monthly community event held at Nunez Community College that provides a topical forum on the rich history of Louisiana. From the first Native American settlers to Hurricane Katrina, all aspects of Louisiana history are covered in this ever-expanding series of lectures.
These highly entertaining and enlightening series of events are free and open to the public. Each Monday lecture begins with a wine and cheese reception at 6:30 PM and then the lecture at 7:00 PM in the AST Auditorium on campus located at 3710 Paris Road in Chalmette. Sponsored by Greater New Orleans ExxonMobil Fund.
Spring 2019 Lectures include:
February 4, 2019
Exploring the Complex Relationship Between Nazis and Art, Anna DesOrmeaux
March 11, 2019
Who is Saint Bernard: Exploring the Patron Saint of St. Bernard Parish, Ina Fandrich
April 1, 2019
Lost Cemeteries of New Orleans, Emily Ford
May 6, 2019
Surprise Topic, Ron Chapman
For more information about the History Lecture Series, email Michele Minor at email@example.com.