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May 9: UDLA Faculty Lecture

Erica Armstrong Dunbar to present 2017 UDLA Faculty Lecture

Erica Armstrong Dunbar will deliver the University of Delaware Library Associates’ 2017 annual faculty lecture on May 9, and those with interest in attending are encouraged to save the date.

Dunbar, UD’s Blue and Gold Distinguished Professor of Black American Studies and History, will discuss her book, Never Caught: Ona Judge, The Washingtons, and the Relentless Pursuit of Their Runaway Slave.

The lecture will be held at 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, May 9, in the Reading Room on the first floor of the Morris Library. A reception will follow, and the lecture is open to the public.

Printed invitations will be mailed in early April 2017. All members of the UD Library Associates will be invited. Others interested in attending can send an email message to UDLA@udel.edu or call Library Administration at 302-831-2231 to request information or an invitation.


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