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The Threat of the Printed Word: Book Burning in Nazi Germany
Peter Staudenmaier, PhD, Professor of History at Marquette University, will present “The Threat of the Printed Word: Book Burning in Nazi Germany” in the Gallagher Business Building Room 122 on Thursday, October 30th at 6pm. This lecture is free and open to the public and presented in conjunction with the “Fighting the Fires of Hate: America and the Nazi Book Burnings” exhibition, produced by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and on display in the library through December 17th.

Library Events

  • Oct. 27th - 4:00 PM, Mansfield at Missoula College
    Book Discussion: ‘The Things They Carried’
    We will be holding a book discussion for the First Year Reading Experience novel- “The Things They Carried,” in association with The Big Read.
  • Oct. 30th - 3:10-4:30PM, ML283
    Literature Review: Effective Searching and Writing Strategies
    In collaboration with the Writing Center, this session will present a strategic approach to the literature review, including search techniques and writing strategies.
    Contact Kate Zoellner with questions at kate.zoellner@umontana.edu or 243-4421
  • Oct. 30th - 6:00-7:30PM, GBB122
    The Threat of the Printed Word: Book Burning in Nazi Germany
    Peter Staudenmaier, professor of history at Marquette University, will present a lecture in conjunction with the Mansfield Library Exhibition “Fighting the Fires of Hate: America and the Nazi Book Burnings.”

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