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Library Associates Event Archives

Upcoming Library Associates Events

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Nineteenth Century Foundations for Modern Washington

Sunday, November 17, 1991

Howard Gillette, Jr., Professor of American Civilizations, George Washington University

Fictional Jesuits I Have Known

Wednesday, April 17, 1991

Rev. Royden B. Davis, S.J., Dean Emeritus of the College of Arts and Sciences, Georgetown University

Women and Men in Conversation

Thursday, February 28, 1991

Deborah Tannen, Professor of Linguistics, Georgetown University

Portuguese Cartography in the Age of Discoveries

Sunday, January 27, 1991

Wilcomb E. Washburn, Director of the American Studies Program, Smithsonian Institution

20th Anniversary of Lauinger Library Reception

Tuesday, December 4, 1990

Rev. Leo J. O'Donovan, S.J., President, Georgetown University

The Academic Contribution to Improving the Understanding and Performance of Intelligence

Tuesday, April 10, 1990

Panel sponsored by the International Studies Association

Borrowed Time: America in the 90's and Beyond

Wednesday, March 21, 1990

Haynes Johnson, The Washington Post

New and Better Old Books

Thursday, October 26, 1989

Edwin H. Cady

Dinner Honoring Joseph E. Jeffs, University Librarian

Wednesday, May 3, 1989

George P. Giard, Jr., C'60, and Bernard J. Picchi, F'71, hosts; Roland Flint, Professor, English Department, Georgetown University, speaker

Georgetown at 200: a Documentary Exhibition

Wednesday, April 5, 1989

R. Emmett Curran, S. J., Associate Professor of History, Georgetown University

Reading of William Butler Yeats

Thursday, February 23, 1989

Honorable Eugene McCarthy

Getting the Word Out: Printing and Publishing in Early America

Wednesday, January 11, 1989

Dr. Paul S. Koda