Two Furman professors partner with Hispanic Alliance in a two-year study.
Religion Professor Helen Lee Turner offers her take on why slaves converted to Christianity in the 18th century.
Lillian Brock Flemming '71 (M '75) reflects on her public life, servant leadership and plans for her "Southernside" roots.
Alum Barrett Holmes Pitner ’04 writes about history of blackface in America and the hurt it causes.
Alum C. Stuart Mauney ’84 has received the Tommy Thomason Award from the Greenville County Bar Association.
History Professor Courtney Tollison serves as a panelist in the symposium, which takes place March 14-15.
Pickens County Schools Superintendent Danny Merck shares insights from a trip sponsored in part by the Riley Institute and Furman's education department.
Professors Courtney Quinn and Matthew Cohen conduct research to uncover demographic trends and socio-economic conditions affecting Greenville's Hispanic population.
The Feb. 8 event featuring two Duke University law school professors is co-presented by the Riley Institute at Furman.
Adare Smith '20 spearheads an effort to recognize Joseph Vaughn '65.