Voice of the Voiceless: Keston 50th Anniversary Commemoration
On October 15, the Keston Center for Religion, Politics, and Society will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the founding of Keston College and the beginning of the Michael Bourdeaux Keston Library and Archives. The event will also launch a volume written for the occasion, Voices of the Voiceless: Religion, Communism, and the Keston Archive, edited by Julie deGraffenried and Zoe Knox (Baylor Press, 2019).
Saint John's Bible Lecture with Fr. Eric Hollas, OSB
Father Eric Hollas of Saint John's Abbey & University (Collegeville, MN) will speak on the art and impact of the Saint John's Bible, the first fully illuminated, hand calligraphed version of the Bible created on vellum in more than 500 years.
Join The Texas Collection for a presentation on historic maps of Texas, highlighted from the new book, "Mapping Texas: A Cartographic Journey 1561-1860." Authors John S. Wilson, Rachel DeShong and Sierra Wilson will present a range of rare, unique, and important maps of Texas. Refreshments will be served after the lecture. Copies of the book will be available for sale by Baylor Press and the authors will be available to sign your copy.
2020 Pruit Symposium featuring Dr. Melvin Butler
The Pruit Symposium is solidifying final details on an event featuring Dr. Cedric Dent from Middle Tennessee State University. More details will come, but mark your calendars for a special presentation with a possible public music event to follow.