History professor Courtney Tollison describes how Greenville contributed to the war effort, and how the city was impacted by the war.Read more
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.
At her High Noon lecture Wednesday, Nov. 16, Furman professor Hilary Falb Kalisman will talk about the secret agreement that shaped the geography of the Middle East following World War I and produced unintended consequences.
The importance of welcoming refugees was a key theme of “Refugee Crisis: Local and Global Responses,” a lecture series presented as part of Furman's Cultural Life Program.
A diverse array of campus and off campus organizations collaborate to bring multiple perspectives to a hotly debated topic.
The new strategic vision, which will transform the student experience, combines a liberal arts education with immersive experiences outside the classroom.
Furman graduate Edwin Bridges '67 has written a new book about Alabama on the eve of the state's 200th birthday.