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Terrance Keenan to deliver Library Associates lecture Feb. 26
SU News Services
Syracuse University Library Associates will present a lecture by author Terrance Keenan Thursday, Feb. 26, at 4 p.m. in the Peter Graham Scholarly Commons in E.S. Bird Library.
Keenan will speak about his sixth and most recent book, “If Our Lives Be Spared: Three Generations of an American Family in Central New York” (Syracuse University Press, 2007). Keenan is a former rare books and manuscripts librarian at SU, a poet, artist and Zen Buddhist monk.
The lecture is free and open to the public. Free event parking is available one block from Bird Library in the Booth Garage, on the corner of Waverly and Comstock avenues.
For more information on this lecture, contact Anne Roth at 685-6832 or e-mail ABJigger@aol.com.