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Robert Darnton Lecture

Date: Wed, 29 Sep 1999 14:31:46 -0400
From: Jonathan Rose <jerose@drew.edu>

        The Graduate Program in Book History at Drew University presents a public

                          ROBERT DARNTON

                           will speak on

          "Policing Literature in British India, 1857-1914"
                       (Note change of topic)

                   Monday, 11 October at 8:00 p.m.
                        Learning Center 28
                    Drew University, Madison, NJ

        Prof. Darnton is President of the American Historical Association and
Professor of History at Princeton University.  He is the author of several
ground-breaking historical studies, including "The Literary Underground of
the Old Regime," "The Great Cat Massacre," and "The Forbidden Best-Sellers
of Pre-Revolutionary France."

        This lecture is free and open to the general public.  You can meet Prof.
Darnton after the lecture at a reception hosted by the Friends of the Drew
University Library.  This event is funded by a grant from the Gladys
Krieble Delmas Foundation.

        For more information about the Graduate Program in Book History at Drew
University, contact gradm@drew.edu or http://www.drew.edu.

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