Laureate's 2012 speaking schedule begins in Lewistown, State College

Linda Patterson Miller, the 2011-12 Penn State laureate and professor of English at Penn State Abington will be speaking at 7 p.m. on Jan. 19 at the Penn State Learning Center in Lewistown. Miller's presentation “Hemingway in Letters, Literature and Life” will be offered in conjunction with the Learning Center's community lecture series, “Lobby Lectures.” The public is invited. To register, call 717-248-9618. Then at 11:30 a.m. on Jan. 20 at the Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel on the University Park campus, Miller will deliver a talk titled "Searching for the Lost Generation" as part of the Penn State Forum Speaker Series. This event is open to the public and the charge is $18 per ticket. To register and for more information go online to: http://pennstateforum.psu.edu. Miller will continue her travels and speaking engagements in the eastern part of Pennsylvania during the spring. Stay tuned for schedule updates.

In video link http://bit.ly/nVOzuO see Miller as she provides some background for understanding the transformative power of Hemingway's art.

To learn more about the Penn State laureate and Linda Miller visit laureate.psu.edu and/or live.psu.edu/tag/linda_miller online.

 

 

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Last Updated January 16, 2012