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Library Associates Event Archives

Upcoming Library Associates Events

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Creating 21st Century Libraries

Thursday, December 4, 1997

Paul LeClerc, president, New York Public Library

Can You Beat the Market?

Monday, November 17, 1997

Peter J. Tanous, C’60, author and financial analyst

Hadrian's Villa and Its Legacy

Tuesday, October 14, 1997

William L. MacDonald, architectural historian

Mrs. Ike and Reflections on How America Conveys Its History

Wednesday, April 30, 1997

Susan Eisenhower, author and president of The Eisenhower Group, Inc.

The Supposed Person: Recreating Emily Dickinson in Fiction

Tuesday, April 22, 1997

Judith Farr, Professor of English, Georgetown University

Justice in the Los Angeles Superior Courts

Wednesday, March 19, 1997

Judge Paul Flynn, author and judge

The World of Augustus

Tuesday, March 4, 1997

John Michael Holroyd, author

Religious Terrorism: The Roots of Islamic Extremism

Thursday, February 20, 1997

Stanley Bedlington, author

So Brief a Honeymoon: Liberation and Literature, Paris, 1945

Wednesday, November 13, 1996

John L. Brown, author and professor

Miss Manners Rescues Civilization

Tuesday, September 10, 1996

Judith Martin, author and columnist

John James Audubon: An American Genius

Tuesday, May 21, 1996

William R. Stott, Jr., C'57, ornithologist, artist and poet

A View from the Archives: Georgetown Olympians

Saturday, April 27, 1996

Jon Reynolds, Georgetown University Archivist

Religion, Politics, and U.S. Foreign Policy

Wednesday, April 24, 1996

Reverend J. Bryan Hehir, Harvard Divinity School

The Mystery of Vermeer

Tuesday, April 23, 1996

Cynthia P. Schneider, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Art, Music and Theatre, Georgetown University

The Year of the Library, Gala and Auction--A Celebration of Irish Literature and Music

Thursday, March 14, 1996

Judith Farr, Ph.D., Anthony Hecht, Ph.D., George O'Brien, Ph.D., Georgetown professors

Stuart Sutcliffe: Paintings and Works on Paper, Private Screening

Thursday, February 22, 1996

Govinda Gallery, Georgetown

The Booker Book: The Culture of Prize Novels

Tuesday, December 5, 1995

Rev. Alvaro F. V. Ribeiro, S.J., Asst. Professor of English, Georgetown University

Sympathy for the Devils: or, How I Almost Learned to Love the Sin Lobbyists

Tuesday, November 28, 1995

Christopher Buckley, author

Reception with Guest Susan K. Martin, Ph.D.

Tuesday, October 24, 1995

Maurice Adelman, host

Growing Up in a House of Used Books

Tuesday, October 17, 1995

Deborah Meyer De Wan, senior associate at the Catskill Center, and Eugene Meyer, Washington Post staff writer

A Marriage Made in Hell--Drugs, International Crime, and Terrorism

Thursday, October 5, 1995

Larry Collins, author

Ethics in the Information Age

Wednesday, October 4, 1995

Susan K. Martin, Ph.D., University Librarian

The Vatican in the World Today

Wednesday, September 13, 1995

William A. Wilson, first U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican

The National Gallery of Art in the 21st Century

Monday, May 15, 1995

Earl A. Powell, III, director of the National Gallery of Art

Deeply Superficial

Thursday, May 11, 1995

Robert Colacello, former editor of Andy Warhol's Interview magazine and special correspondent for Vanity Fair

In Search of Graham Greene

Thursday, March 2, 1995

Norman Sherry, Distinguished Professor of Literature, Trinity University

Labyrinth: Medieval Studies and Humanities in the 21st Century

Wednesday, February 15, 1995

Dr. Martin J. Irvine, Associate Professor of English, Georgetown University, and Dr. Deborah Everhart, Humanities Computing Specialist at the Academic Computer Center, Georgetown University