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Library Associates Event Archives

Upcoming Library Associates Events

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     1995-1997 | 1992-1994 | 1989-1991 | 1985-1988 | 1979-1984

Graham Greene: Biography and Travel


Tuesday, October 2, 1984

Norman Sherry, author

The Millionth Volume: A Celebration


Sunday, November 20, 1983

Speaker: Rev. Timothy S. Healy, S.J., President of Georgetown University (1976-1989)

See the full text of his address on the companion Exhibition page for this event.

Speeches That Play: Timing in Drama


Monday, April 18, 1983

William Alfred, Professor of Humanities, Harvard University

Graham Greene, Spain, Monsignor Quixote


Tuesday, April 5, 1983

Rev. Leopoldo Duran, University of Madrid

Exhibition of the Facsimile of Codex Benedictus from the Vatican


Sunday, November 14, 1982

Paul Meyvaert, Harvard professor and member of the Medieval Academy

Eric Gill and the Tradition of Letter Forms in the 20th Century


Tuesday, October 19, 1982

Michael Harvey, artist and author

Modern American Poetry: A Personal View


Saturday, May 22, 1982

William Jay Smith, poetry consultant, Library of Congress

Shakespeare and the Dark Lady


Thursday, April 22, 1982

Professor A. L. Rowse, Emeritus Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford University

Who Was William Shakespeare?


Wednesday, October 28, 1981

Professor Samuel Schoenbaum, Shakespeare scholar

On Wood Engraving


Saturday, May 16, 1981

Barry Moser, artist

The Celtic Cultural Program


Friday, March 13, 1981

Panel discussion

Hoya Saxa! The History of Athletics at Georgetown


Sunday, January 18, 1981

Merrell Whittlesey, Washington Star reporter

A Gentleman's Library: The David A. Baer Collection


Sunday, December 7, 1980

Frederick R. Goff, Director, Rare Books Division, Library of Congress

Photography in Books


Sunday, September 28, 1980

Robert W. Wagner, Board of Directors, American Film Institute

Conversation on Horatio Alger Writings


Wednesday, July 9, 1980

Ralph D. Gardner, Horatio Alger biographer

Samuel A. Lubell Papers


Wednesday, April 9, 1980

Richard M. Scammon, Director, Census Bureau and author

Algernon Charles Swinburne's Atalanta in Calydon


Sunday, February 24, 1980

Terry Meyers, Professor, College of William and Mary

Wordsworth: A Giant Build-up


Sunday, September 23, 1979

Mark L. Reed, Professor, University of North Carolina, author and Wordsworth scholar