Even though our lecture series is packed with information, we keep it light and fun, presented with lots of visual aids, listening, humor, and sometimes even treats!
Lunchtime Lectures are not for snoozin’!
Lunchtime Lecture Series
Lectures are held at 12:15 p.m., on the second Thursday of the month in the Spaugh Lecture/Recital Hall of the Archie K. Davis Center.
Lunchtime Lectures are a partnership of the Moravian Archives and Moravian Music Foundation
FREE and open to the public.
If the local schools are delayed, cancelled, or released early because of weather, please check the MMF website, the MMF Facebook page, or call 725-0651 before coming to the lecture!
Know Them by Their Name:
Moravians Cataloging the American Botanical Landscape, 1785-1835
Moravian Music Future
Nola R. Knouse
“My Dear Miss Fries”:
The Correspondence of Archivist, Adelaide Fries, 1911-1949
Advent and Christmas Music
A Moravian Music Timeline:
550 years of Moravian music.
Nola R. Knouse
From Russia with Love (of sacred choral music):
Johann Wilhelm Hässler’s Moravian connections
Nurturing the Gardeners of Wachovia
The third horticultural exhibit of the Moravian Archives
Christian Reuter: Moravian GIS Mapper for Forsyth County
Dr. Rod Meyer, former Director, Historic Bethabara Park
The Americanization of Moravian Music
“President Orders Natives Out!”:
Episodes in Records of the Moravians Among the Cherokee, volume 9
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