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University of North Alabama


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Phillip Oliver is an Assistant Professor/Librarian at the University of North Alabama in Florence.
He is also a Master Gardener, writer, blogger and photographer and presently serves on the Florence Beautification Board. He has been writing articles for Alabama Gardener since 2007. He chronicles the progress of his personal garden on his website "A Southern Garden" and on his blog "Dirt Therapy" at phillipoliver.net. by Phillip Oliver - posted 07/07/15 Text and photos by Phillip Oliver, Dirt Therapy Comments (0) | Leave a Comment | RSS | Print | Share on Facebook | Share on Twitter | Lily "Caravan" and "Silk Road" by Phillip Oliver - posted 07/02/15 by Phillip Oliver - posted 06/08/15


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April 4, 2010 - Daphne Simpkins, Professor of Creative Writing at AUM, will present, "Reflections on "The Song of Bernadette" . In a discussion of old movies-specifically movies starring Jennifer Jones-UU member Phillip Oliver asked me whether I thought people really did have visions from God like Bernadette does in the biographical move "The Song of Bernadette.
Recognizing that we cannot definitively answer this question outside the boundaries of faith, we will use Bernadette's story on Easter Sunday as a springboard, Phillip's questions as the dynamic, and then think through together the anecdotal evidence as represented by Bernadette's story in both the movie and the book of the same title by Franz Werfel.


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Phillip Oliver, UU member and Assistant Professor of Library Science at UNA, has been writing articles about local gardens for Alabama Gardener magazine for the past three years.
In this presentation, he will share photos of the gardens he as written about.


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November 4, 2007 - UU member, Phillip Oliver will give an illustrated lecture on Dumbarton Oaks, one of America's most celebrated gardens, located in the Georgetown district of Washington, D.C.
January 21, 2006 - Phillip Oliver, Assistant Professor/Librarian at the University of North Alabama and member of the UUCS will present, "Tallulah Bankhead: The Alabama Tornado. Bankhead, who grew up in Jasper and Montgomery, is the most famous actress to hail from the state of Alabama. Her illustrious career, beginning in the early 1920s and continuing until her death in 1968, spanned stage, film and television. Oliver will discuss her notable achievements, her outrageous personality and her concern for social issues.


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By Phillip Oliver -- 12/15/2004A reference librarian and web editor at the University of North Alabama,s Collier Library in Florence, Phillip Oliver has been reviewing gardening books for Library Journal since 1997.He also wrote the collection development article on rose gardening, ,Everything,s Coming Up Roses,, LJ 12/03, p. 75,78


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