Charles Rosenberg, Harvard University, will speak on medicine in the year Brown was founded on Mar. 3 at 5:30 pm in the Reading Room. The lecture is part of the series, 1764: Brown's Founding in a Global Context.
Rui Vieira Nery, Director, Gulbenkian Foundation Portuguese Language and Culture Program, will speak on "Fado: A Portuguese Genre from its Afro-Brazilian Roots to World Music" on Mar. 2 at 5:30 pm. Also sponsored by the Department of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies. The lecture and reception will be held in the Reading Room.
Printers' Devils and Printers' Delights draws on the JCB's unparalleled collection of Spanish American imprints to explore aspects of the history of the book that are rarely examined.
Bérénice Gaillemin, Donal L. Saunders Fellow, will speak on pictorial catechisms of New Spain on Mar. 4 at 12 noon in the AnnMary Brown Memorial.