The Loyola University Chicago Libraries Speaker Series event took place on Tuesday, February 5, 2019. Our featured author was Loyola Professor, Elliott J. Gorn, PhD, of the Department of History. His latest book, Let the People See: The Story of Emmett Till, examines the life of a 14-year-old Chicago boy who was brutally murdered in 1955 in Mississippi, […]
Nancy W. Sindelar, PhD
The People and Places That Influenced
The Friends of the Loyola Libraries Speaker Series welcomes educator, Hemingway scholar, and Loyola alumna Nancy W. Sindelar (PhD ’87). Dr. Sindelar will present a talk titled “The People and Places That Influenced Ernest Hemingway.” Her program focuses on the people, places, and activities that shaped the legendary author who courted life-threatening adventures and glamorous friends while writing articles, novels, and short stories that captivated the world.
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.