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Library Gallery Lecture - Political Caricature and International Complications in Russia and Nineteenth-Century Europe

Wednesday, April 2, 2008
12:00 AM
Hatcher Library Gallery (Room 100), 920 North University Ave.

This lecture will be given by Robert Justin Goldstein, emeritus professor of political science at Oakland University and CREES Research Associate. Professor Goldstein, the curator of the exhibit, has published and lectured widely on political caricature and political censorship in Europe between 1815 and 1914. His illustrated lecture is sponsored by the Library. Refreshments will be provided.
This lecture accompanies "Caricature and the 1905 Russian Revolution," an exhibit on display from April 1-18, 2008 in the Hatcher Library Gallery during regular library hours. The exhibit is sponsored by the University of Michigan's University Library.