When: Tuesday, September 20, 3:00-4:00.
Where: The Alden Room, 3rd Floor Milne Library. Reception to follow in 318 Milne.
Martin Garnar, PhD, is director of the Amherst College Library and editor of the 10th edition of the Intellectual Freedom Manual. His professional activities and speaking schedule reflect a profound inability to say no. A native New Yorker and SUNY alumnus (Binghamton '93, '95), Martin lives in western Massachusetts with his husband Mark and their impossibly cute miniature dachshunds.
When: Monday, Sept 19, 11:00-1:00
Where: 205 Milne
Join library staff in writing open letters to historical and contemporary authors of banned books on how their works have challenged, inspired or informed you. Refreshments will be served.
When Sharing on Instagram or tweeting to a banned or challenged author, or posting about it online, consider:
When: Begins Monday, Sept 19
Where: 3rd Floor Milne
Write and share your reflections on the value of freedom of expression, the impacts of censorship, or what intellectual freedom means to you.