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Library Associates Event Archives

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New Christians, Jews, and Judaism in Portugal and Brazil, 1415-1773


Monday, October 30, 2000

Thomas M. Cohen, curator of Oliveira Library and associate professor of history at Catholic University

A Vaudeville of Devils: 7 Moral Tales with Comments on the Art of Writing


Thursday, September 28, 2000

Robert Girardi, author

Princes of Ireland, Planters of Maryland: A Carroll Saga, 1500-1782


Thursday, April 27, 2000

Ronald Hoffman, Professor of History, College of William and Mary and Director of the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture

Mysteries of Prime Time Television: from A to the X-Files


Wednesday, March 29, 2000

Brian Lowry, reporter and columnist, Los Angeles Times

The Writer as Reader


Tuesday, March 7, 2000

Penelope Lively, author and Booker Prize winner for Moon Tiger

Greene on Capri


Tuesday, February 22, 2000

Shirley Hazzard, author of The Transit of Venus

America and the Millennium: the Great Missed Opportunity


Tuesday, November 16, 1999

James Reston, Jr., author of The Last Apocalypse: Europe at the Year 1000 A.D.

The Stock Market: Investment Principles vs. Investment Psychology


Tuesday, November 9, 1999

Peter Tanous C'60, author of The Wealth Equation and CEO, Lynx Investment Advisory, Inc.

Books that Changed My Life


Thursday, October 21, 1999

The Casey-McIlvane Lecture
Alice McDermott, author of Charming Billy, 1998 National Book Award winner

The Harmony of Teaching and Research: The Leon Robbin Music Collection


Monday, September 20, 1999

Philip Tacka, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Art, Music & Theatre

Mystery, Sign and Idea: The Symbolist Movement


Tuesday, April 20, 1999

Elizabeth Prelinger, Associate Professor and Chair of Art, Music and Theatre Department

The Wide White Page: Writers Imagining America


Thursday, March 25, 1999

William Manhire, New Zealand Poet Laureate

An Evening with Lord Jeffrey Archer


Tuesday, March 9, 1999

Lord Jeffrey Archer, novelist and member of the House of Lords

Reclaiming the Urban Environment


Thursday, February 18, 1999

Robert Nixon, Academy Award-winning filmmaker /conservationist and executive director of the Earth Conservation Corps

Bishop George V. Murry, S.J.


Tuesday, November 10, 1998

The Inaugural Casey-McIlvane Lecture
Bishop George V. Murry, S.J., coadjutor for the St. Thomas Diocese, U.S. Virgin Islands

Investment Thoughts for the Independent-Minded Small Investor


Wednesday, October 21, 1998

Bernard J. Picchi, F’71, managing director, Lehman Brothers

Bridge in the Sky: The Berlin Airlift of 1948


Friday, October 9, 1998

Speaker Panel, Third Century Campaign Kickoff Weekend

The Curious Case of J. D. Salinger


Thursday, September 17, 1998

Robert Callagy, C’60, intellectual property rights attorney, Satterlee Stevens Burke and Burke

Bioethics: What Is It? Where Is It? Where Is It Going?


Tuesday, May 5, 1998

Edmund D. Pellegrino, M.D., John Carroll Professor of Medicine and Medical Ethics at Georgetown University’s Center for Clinical Bioethics and senior research scholar at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics

From the Hilltop to the Big Apple


Saturday, May 2, 1998

Jon K. Reynolds, University Archivist

Pitching the Story: The Role of the Treatment in Entertainment Industry Marketing


Tuesday, April 21, 1998

Kenneth Atchity, C’65, screenwriter, producer and literary manager

Book, Booker, Bookest


Tuesday, March 31, 1998

Martyn Goff, executive and chairman of Henry Sotherans Ltd. Booksellers and administrator of the Booker Prize

The Coup Against Diem: New Evidence on Vietnam and the Kennedy Administration


Thursday, March 26, 1998

Francis X. Winters, Associate Professor of Moral Theology and International Affairs at Georgetown University and author of The Year of the Hare

Australia's Asia: Travelers to the Orient


Thursday, February 19, 1998

David Walker, Visiting Monash Professor of Australian Studies at Georgetown University’s Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies