NEW ORLEANS AND THE WORLD, 1718-2018, THE TRICENTENNIAL ANTHOLOGY

A Tricentennial Discussion

Contributors to the new landmark anthology from the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities discuss the ways New Orleans cemented its reputation as a world capital. Panelists including journalist and publisher Jack Davis, Dr. Robert Dupont of the University of New Orleans, independent scholar Freddi Williams Evans, Dr. Kara Tucina Olidge of the Amistad Research Center, Zella Palmer of Dillard University, and Dr. Lawrence Powell, professor emeritus at Tulane University discuss their contributions with Dr. Nancy Dixon of Dillard University, Executive Editor.

  SUN 3/25 10:00 AM

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  Tickets for a single Literary Discussions can be purchased for $10 in the box office (Orleans Room on the mezzanine level of the Hotel Monteleone) on site during the Festival.

Best value is a LITERARY DISCUSSION PASS, which covers all literary discussions Friday-Sunday.

  Hotel Monteleone Royal Ballroom