Historian and former Furman president David Shi will provide an overview of the vexing and volatile history of race in the American experience.Read more
A group of Furman professors will discuss "Morality and Ethics in Times of Uncertainty" in two different sessions on and off campus.
On the eve of the 100th anniversary of America's entry into World War I, history professor Courtney Tollison will kick off the series with a talk about Greenville during the Great War.
Ron Daise discusses Gullah Geechee culture as part of Furman's celebration of Black History Month.
Four students from Furman won Fulbright awards in 2016-17. This number places Furman among the top 35 bachelor’s institutions producing Fulbright winners.
History professor Courtney Tollison describes how Greenville contributed to the war effort, and how the city was impacted by the war.
Le Moyne College professor Doug Egerton looks at Civil War discrepancies found in the popular 1989 film, and talks about the impact of the Massachusetts 54th and 55th regiments on SC.
Open through May 2017, the exhibition includes loaned artifacts and documents from several area institutions and private collections.
February is Black History Month and Furman offers an array of lectures, music, films and other events in celebration.
Former Furman president David Shi writes that simplicity remains a devilishly hard way of life because it flies in the face of modern materialism.