On Saturdays, the Tennessee State Library and Archives periodically hosts free "Workshop Series" lectures, featuring experts from our staff and researchers from outside our institution. The goal of the "Workshop Series" is to share information about materials and services offered by the Library and Archives, and to provide opportunities for scholars, genealogists, and historical researchers to share their work. Each lecture draws upon the resources of the Library and Archives, and informs our audience about the historic value of our vast collection, and how they may use it in their own research.
|February 10, 2018||African American Ancestry (Dr. Deborah Abbott with J. Mark Lowe)|
|April 14, 2018||"Locked Up – Finding Ancestors in Prisons and Asylums" (Chuck Sherrill, State Librarian & Archivist)|
|June 23, 2018||"Loose Records in an Archive: What Are They?" (Melissa Barker, Certified Archives Manager, Professional Genealogist,
Lecturer, Teacher, Writer)
|August 18, 2018||"The Ryman Diaries" (Debbie Watts and Tom Dolan)|
|September 29, 2018||County Election Records (Jim Long, President, Middle Tennessee Genealogical Society)|
|November 24, 2018||"Family History Day" (Darla Brock, Archivist, TN State Library and Archives)|