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Symposium on Democracy

February 6, 2018

Washington & Jefferson College is holding its first Symposium on Democracy next week, February 12-16, 2018.   The events are free and open to the public, so please share with faculty, staff, or students at your institution who might be interested in attending.

Please find below a list of the displays the U. Grant Miller Library is contributing to the Symposium on Democracy.

The Unknown American Revolution: The Unruly Birth of Democracy and the Struggle to Create America by Gary Nash
W&J Catalog | WorldCat 

Jeffersonian Legacies by Peter Onuf
W&J Catalog | WorldCat

Washington: A Life by Ron Chernow
W&J Catalog | WorldCat

American Sphinx: The Character of Thomas Jefferson by Joseph Ellis
W&J Catalog | WorldCat

American Creation: Triumphs and Tragedies at the Founding of the Republic by Joseph Ellis
W&J Catalog | WorldCat

Friends Divided: John Adams and Thomas Jefferson by Gordon Wood
W&J Catalog | WorldCat

If you’re coming and want to visit the library as well, contact Samantha Martin Research & Collections Librarian, U. Grant Miller Library. Her phone number is (724) 503-1001 x3127. They would love to have visitors. She is also available to answer any additional questions you might have.

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  1. smartin592 permalink
    February 6, 2018 4:31 pm

    Judith – thanks for posting this information! To clarify those are not displays but items that are on display in conjunction with the event. We also have some items from our archives on display as well. I look forward to meeting any colleagues who decide to attend this event.

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