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Book History Lecture Series



        The Graduate Program in Book History at Drew University presents another
in a series of public lectures:

                        ELIZABETH MCHENRY

                        will speak on:

        "REWRITING LITERARY LEGACY: WHY BLACK READERS MATTER"

                Monday, September 13, at 8:00 pm
               Learning Center 28, Drew University
                        Madison, NJ

        Elizabeth McHenry is Assistant Professor of English at New York
University.  She is currently completing a book on African-American
literary societies and reading practices between 1830 and 1940.

        This lecture is free and open to the general public.  There will be a
reception following the event, sponsored by the Friends of the Drew
University Library.

        This lecture is one in a continuing series funded by the Gladys Krieble
Delmas Foundation.  Note on your calendars that Robert Darnton (Princeton
University) will speak on October 11 on communications in
eighteenth-century France, and Elizabeth Dwyer (Rutgers University) will
lecture November 15 on marketing Latina authors.  More information about
these events will be announced closer to the dates.

        For further information about the Drew University Graduate Program in Book
History, e-mail gradm@drew.edu or telephone 973-408-3110.

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