October 9, 2006
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY TO HOST BOOK SERIES:“LET’S
TALK ABOUT IT: JEWISH LITERATURE”
UNIVERSITY, PA. - Lincoln University
will host the second of a five-part book reading and discussion
series on Jewish literature on Sunday, October 22 at 3 p.m.
in the Langston Hughes Memorial Library.
Funded in part by a
Pennsylvania Humanities Council grant, the series explores
the themes of estrangement and homecoming. Drexel University
professor Dr. Emilie Passow will lead the discussion.
Participants may borrow the books
from Lincoln’s on-campus
library or from local partners, the Oxford and Avon-Grove Public
Libraries. The Chester County Branch of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Philadelphia is also a local partner. The “Let’s
Talk About It: Jewish Literature” program was developed
by the American Library Association and Nextbook, Inc., which
selected Lincoln University to host the series.
The series is
free and open to the public. For more information, contact
Susan Pevar at 610-932-8300, ext. 3266.
Founded in 1854, Lincoln
University is a premier, Historically Black University that
combines the best elements of a liberal arts and sciences-based
undergraduate core curriculum and selected graduate programs
to meet the needs of students living in a highly technological
and global society. The university
is nationally recognized as a major producer of African Americans
with undergraduate degrees in the physical sciences. For
more information on the open house, please contact the Office
of Admissions at (484) 365-8000 or (800) 790-0191. For
information on Lincoln University, please visit our website