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2019 Lecture Series:

The Gallery Lecture Series highlights the breadth of interdisciplinary research and creative work found on the range of topics showcased each semester in the Haricombe Gallery. The Spring 2019 series is in coordination with the exhibit "For the People:  KU Libraries Celebrate 150 Years of Publicly Accessible Government Information," and features the following scholars:

 

Richard Graham (Associate Professor and Media Services Librarian at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

Wednesday, March 27 | 2:00-3:30 p.m. | Watson 3 West

Government Issue:  Comics for the People

Richard Graham will discuss the digital Government Comics Collection at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and his book, Government Issue:  Comics for the People.  Graham will provide an intimate look at the comic books produced by federal and state government agencies since the 1940s to disseminate public information.

 

KU Debate Team, with Director and Coach Scott Harris

Friday, April 26 | 9:30-11:00 a.m. | Watson 3 West

Mock Debate and Q&A

The KU Debate Team will stage a mock debate to showcase the hard work and talent that won them the 2018 National Debate Tournament.  A Q&A session will follow, led by Scott Harris (Director of KU Debate) and students.

 

For a list of previous Gallery Lecture Series events, click here.


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