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Lecture: Ya-Ya Sisterhood is Powerful



        The Graduate Program in Book History at Drew University presents a free
public lecture:

                        TRYSH TRAVIS

                        will speak on

                READING, RECOVERY, REBECCA WELLS:
     EXPLAINING "THE DIVINE SECRETS OF THE YA-YA SISTERHOOD"

                  Thursday, February 3 at 8 p.m.
                        Learning Center 28
                   Drew University, Madison, NJ

        Trysh Travis is Assistant Professor of English at Southern Methodist
University.  She is currently working on a book exploring the connections
between twentieth-century publishing, masculine identity, and mass
culture.  You can meet Prof. Travis after the lecture at a reception hosted
by the Friends of the Drew University Library.

        This lecture series is funded by a grant from the Gladys Krieble Delmas
Foundation.  Please note on your calendar our schedule of lectures for the
Spring 2000 semester:

March 2: Paul Gutjahr (Indiana University): "Left Behind: Amazon.com,
Reader Response, and the Making of Sacred Texts in America"

March 22: Gene Sosin (Radio Liberty): "Inside the Radio Liberty Samizdat
Archive"

April 10: David Finkelstein (Queen Margaret University College): "Print
Culture Meets Shop Floor Politics: A Study of Scottish Publishing
1860-1880"

        For further information about Drew University's Graduate Program in Book
History, contact gradm@drew.edu.

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