This Friday marks the beginning of a fantastic weekend here on campus, known as Family Weekend, and Fintel Library would like you to kick off the weekend festivities with us!
Join us for an hour of faculty-author presentations, followed by a reception hosted by Fintel Library. Faculty members will discuss and read from their recent publications and will be available to answer questions related to their books.
Mike Heller, of the English Department, will be discussing his book Mohandas K. Gandhi: The Last Eighteen Years.
Roland Minton, of the Math Department, will be discussing his book Golf by the Numbers.
Jason Hawke, of the History Department, will be discussing his book Writing Authority: Elite Competition and Written Law in Early Greece.
Lynn Talbot, of the Modern Languages Department, will be discussing her book Following the Yellow Arrow: Younger Pilgrims on the Camino.
And these authors will be joining in on the reception. The bookstore will be selling copies of all of the books as well.
John Selby, of the History Department, and his book Civil War Talks.
Gerald McDermott, of the Religion and Philosophy Department, and his books Theology of Jonathan Edwards and World Religions: An Indispensable Introduction
Robert Willingham, of the History Department, and his book Jews in Leipzig, Germany, under Nazism, Communism and Democracy.
See you at the Library on Friday, September 28, beginning at 3pm.