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The voice behind more than 20 books, Mexican author Alberto Ruy-Sanchez will speak on Arabian influences in Mexican culture this Wednesday, October 24th, at the University of Louisville at 4:30pm.
U of L professor and author Michael Williams will be offering a Q & A session in addition to reading and signing his latest book "Vine: An Urban Legend", which is described as greek tragedy meets urban legend. Although paper tragedie masks are provided to the first 75 to arrive, people are encouraged to bring their own toga.
The poet returns to her alma mater this upcoming Thursday, September 27th, as part of the University of Louisville’s Axton Reading Series. Join Maureen Morehead at 7:30pm for a free reading of well-lauded poetics.
The best of the Bluegrass’s literary ladies will convene this weekend, Saturday, May 16th, for the 6th annual Kentucky Woman’s Book Festival held at UofL’s Ekstrom Library.
Step aside Super Man. The University of Louisville’s Ekstrom Library is hosting an exhibition about the Edgar Rice Burroughs character believed to be the world’s first superhero – John Carter. Visit the free exhibit anytime from 9am to 5pm through March 23rd.
UofL’s English department will feature computer scientist and author, Brian Christian, as part of the Axton Reading Series. Join Christian for a free reading tomorrow, Thursday, February 9th, on-campus at 4:30pm.
It's been 75 years since the water rose and kept on rising. University of Louisville Photographic Archives wants to show you the proof.
Mid-century photographs of Pittsburgh from the Jones & Laughlin Steel Company Collection with contemporary photographs by Sue Wrbican at the UofL Ekstrom Library.