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Connolly lecture examines philosophy, religion, and science in early modern Britain

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Tue Oct 30 - The Crisis of Newtonianism: Philosophy, Religion, and Science in Early Modern Britain

Friends of the Libraries speaker series poster for The Crisis of Newtonianism: Philosophy, Religion, and Science in Early Modern Britain

The Crisis of Newtonianism: Philosophy, Religion, and Science in Early Modern Britain

The new news in the age of interactive media

Haiyan Jia news and social media talk

On Nov.

Sci-Hub the Disruptor: Piracy and Publishing in Academia

scihub the disruptor

In conjunction with Open Access Week, the Friends of the Lehigh University Libraries sponsored a panel discussion on October 26 titled “Sci-Hub the Disruptor: Piracy and Publishing in Academia.” Fo

From Mark Twain to Single Women: Friends of the Libraries Programming Attracts Diverse Audiences

Rebecca Traister addresses a class of students

This past year was an exciting one for the Friends of the Lehigh University Libraries, who were able to bring a full schedule of rich programming to the community.

Thurs 3/30/17 "All the Single Ladies: Unmarried Women and the Rise of an Independent Nation."

Rebecca Traister photo

Rebecca Traister, noted writer and media commentator on women in politics, will speak in Whitaker Auditorium room 303 on Thursday, March 30, 2017 at 4pm.

Thurs 11/10 - Friends Talk on Modern Tibetan Buddhism by Prof. Annabella Pitkin

On Thursday, November 10th at 4:10 PM, Prof. Annabella Pitkin of the Religion Studies Department will speak about research in contemporary Buddhism.

Friends Talk on Modern Tibetan Buddhism by Prof. Annabella Pitkin

Each year, the Friends of the Lehigh University Libraries sponsor a talk by a newer member of the Lehigh University faculty designed to share faculty research with a broader campus and community au

Wed. 9/28/16 - "A Collector's Passion and Scholar's Delight: An Overview of the Deborah and Alfred Judson Barcan Collection of Illustrated Books."

Bibliophile Alfred Barcan will describe his motivation and methodologies of building a collection of largely Victorian era books, and Seth Moglen, Associate Professor, Department of English, will a

Friends of the Libraries Event: The Depths of Astonishment: Nineteenth-Century Underground Literature

The Depths of Astonishment: Nineteenth-Century Underground Literature

Wednesday, November 12, 12:10 PM, Scheler Humanities Forum (Room 200) Linderman Library

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