75th  Anniversary  Celebration and Conference on Agrarianism

This November is the 75th anniversary of the publication of I’ll Take My Stand. Authored by twelve Vanderbilt poets, playwrights, authors and professors known collectively as the “fugitives,” the collection of essays provided an intellectual defense of the South and its Agrarian tradition. What the Agrarians were telling the South and the nation was a way of life that omits or deemphasizes the “more spiritual side” of existence is necessarily disastrous to all phases of life.

Friday, November 18, 6:30pm - $15
th Anniversary Celebration – meal & music

The dinner will benefit the Kershaw Foundation which supports arts in the South.
A limited edition hard-bound copy of ITMS will be available to attendees for a $75 donation.

Saturday, November 19, 9:00am – 5:00pm - $25

Conference on “Agrarianism: Past, Present, & Future”

Conference speakers will include:

James Kibler, Charlie Ritch,

Franklin Sanders and Mark Winchell

To be held at the Williamson County Ag Expo Center
Sponsored by

Tennessee League of the South,
Heritage Covenant Schools and

The Institute for Southern Studies

Make reservation by calling 888-218-9226 or 615 790-1919



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