Dr. Chris Boulton, UT Professor of Communication, guided a discussion today about race and racial inequality in major advertising campaigns with a small group of Honors students (~20). Dr. Boulton introduced the topic by noting that three of the most popular SuperBowl ads in 2021 featured almost entirely Black cast members but were produced byContinue reading “Coffee Conversation – Do Black Lives Matter on Madison Avenue?”
On October 8th, Professor John Capouya, UT professor of Journalism, gave a symposium to the Honors Program on his recently published book, Florida Soul: From Ray Charles to KC and the Sunshine Band. The book and the symposium described Florida’s rich history of soul music.
On Friday, February 16th, 2018, Dr. Caleb Smith of Yale University, presented an English and Writing Symposium that was co-sponsored by the Honors Program on his recently published book, The Life and Adventures of a Haunted Convict: Austin Reed. Austin Reed was a black prison inmate in New York during the 1800s who wrote aboutContinue reading “Honors Symposia – Caleb Smith”