News from the Archives
An Archives, An Alderman, and Activism: Perspectives on the Historic Lakewood-Balmoral Neighborhood
The Women and Leadership Archives presents An Archive, an Alderman, and Activism: Perspectives on the Historic Lakewood-Balmoral Neighborhood. Panel presenters Kristin Emery, Loyola Public History graduate, and Mary Ann Smith, Former 48th Ward Alderman and Lakewood-Balmoral resident, discuss the intersection of archives, politics, and historic preservation. The program is Tuesday, November 12th from 4-5pm with a reception to follow, in Piper Hall, 1st. Floor, 970 W. Sheridan Rd. Come here two dynamic speakers discuss beautiful old homes, records, and politics!
Contact Nancy Freeman at 773-508-842 or email@example.com for questions.
Circulation Patterns: Print Culture, A Chicago Jesuit Library, and American Catholic Identity
“Nineteenth-Century Jesuits in the United States and the Global Catholic World They Made: A Case Study”
John T. McGreevy, Dean, the College of Arts & Letters; Professor of History,
Notre Dame University