This month’s Alumni Author Spotlight is on Eric Kessler (MEd ’19) and his book, A Walk Through Rogers Park, an illustrative journey of his walks around his neighborhood during 2020. The Alumni Author Spotlight video series features brilliant Loyola alumni and affiliated authors throughout the year. Authors share their inspirations as well as read excerpts from their work. […]
Even though the current global health crisis has forced campus buildings like Loyola University Chicago Libraries to temporarily close its physical spaces, we continue to provide virtual services, resources, and digital content. We’re here to help. Learn more at libraries.luc.edu/continuity. This week is National Library Week. First sponsored in 1958 by the American Library Association and libraries […]
WELCOME! For thousands of years, libraries have been at the heart of the academic enterprise. When you become a member of the Friends of the Loyola University Chicago Libraries you sustain that age-old tradition and propel it into the modern age. As Past President of the Friends and a member of the faculty, I know […]
The Other Book: The Ames Almanack
Opens a Window on Colonial America
Featuring Susan M. Allen, PhD
Director, California Rare Book School
Tuesday, December 8, 2015
5 p.m. reception, 6 p.m. program
In this age of e-books and e-readers, the word “book” has taken on new meanings. Yet the book in its printed form endures and is highly sought after by the general public, libraries, and book collectors. This lecture series has been created to celebrate the book in print, its form, function, and beauty, its historical importance and lasting nature. Come celebrate with us a “technology” that has been around since Johannes Gutenberg.
Tuesday, October 20, 2015 at 6 p.m.
Klarchek Information Commons, Fourth Floor
Theodore J. Karamanski, PhD and Eileen M. McMahon, PhD, editors of Civil War Chicago: Eyewitness to History will discuss the Civil War’s transformative role in our city’s development as the heartland metropolis and the integral part that Chicagoans played in shaping the course of American history.
Mark Dimunation, Chief of the Rare Book and Special Collections Division at the Library of Congress since 1998, presented his lecture, Jefferson’s Enlightenment: Reconstructing Thomas Jefferson’s Library at the Library of Congress, at the second annual Focus on the Book (a lecture by and for bibliophiles) on December 3, 2014. For more information about Mark […]
STUART DYBEK Presents Ecstatic Cahoots and Paper Lantern
Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 6 PM
Please join us as we welcome back acclaimed writer and Loyola alumnus Stuart Dybek (BS ’64, MA ’68). 2014 marks the publication of both Ecstatic Cahoots: Fifty Short Stories and Paper Lantern: Love Stories, on which Mr. Dybek will speak and which will be available for purchasing and signing by the author.