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FW: upcoming author events at Huntingdon College [1 Ala.: Tom Franklin]

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  • Amos J Wright
    Fyi..ajwright@uab.edu     ... From: Eric A. To: NAAL-L@BAMA.UA.EDU Sent: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 09:28:41 -0500 Subject: upcoming author
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      From: Eric A. <ekidwell@...>
      To: NAAL-L@...
      Sent: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 09:28:41 -0500
      Subject: upcoming author events at Huntingdon College
      Please excuse duplicate postings, but the following are lecture
      events scheduled at Huntingdon this fall that may be of interest:

      LECTURE: Naomi Rosenblatt, Monday, September 26, 7:30 p.m.,
      Ligon Chapel, Flowers Hall; author of After the Apple: Women in the
      Bible ¦, and Angels: What Genesis Teaches Us ¦, as part of the
      Rothschild-Blachschleger Lecture Series co-sponsored by Temple
      Beth Or and Huntingdon College; book signing in the President's
      Office following the lecture; free and open to the public

      LECTURE: Tom Franklin, Thursday, November 3, 7:30 p.m., Ligon
      Chapel, Flowers Hall; featured speaker for the Rhoda Coleman
      Ellison Writers Festival; author of Poacher sand Hell at the Breech;
      book signing in the President's Office following the lecture; free and
      open to the public

      LECTURE: Bruce Feiler, Tuesday, November 15, 7:30 p.m., Ligon
      Chapel, Flowers Hall; author of the bestselling books, Can We All Get
      Along: Building Bridges Among the Religions in the 21st Century;
      Walking the Bible: An Exploration of Culture and Faith; Abraham: A
      Journey to the Heart of Three Faiths;and the newly-released Where
      God Was Born: A Journey By Land to the Roots of Religion; as part
      of the Rothschild-Blachschleger Lecture Series co-sponsored by
      Temple Beth Or and Huntingdon College; book signing in the
      President's Office following the lecture; free and open to the public
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