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A Writer of 'Timely and Universal' Subjects
Acclaimed and award-winning Ethiopian-American writer Dinaw Mengestu, whose works chronicle the African diaspora in America, will visit Boston College on April 8. Read about Dinaw Mengestu visit to Boston College »

 

For Him, Writing a Matter of Passion
Dennis Lehane will offer his insights on writing and more at a campus appearance on March 11 at 7 p.m. in Gasson 100, a Lowell Humanities Series event made possible by the Gerson Family Lecture Fund, established by John A. and Jean N. Gerson, P’14.
His visit is timely: His new novel, World Gone By, will be in bookstores on March 10.. Read about Dennis Lehane's visit in the BC Chronicle »

 

Lowell Series, Fiction Days Welcome Zadie Smith
Award-winning novelist, short story author and essayist Zadie Smith – considered one of the most acclaimed young writers plying their craft today – will appear on campus next week at a Lowell Humanities Series event. Read more in the BC Chronicle »

 

Lowell Lecture Series Boasts Promising Lineup
Caroline Hopkins previews this year's schedule and shares insight into the background of the Series. Read more in The Heights »

 

Lowell Humanities Series Begins Fall Schedule on Oct. 1
Boston College Chronicle reveals a glance at the fall schedule for the Lowell Humanities Series, which brings some of the world’s brightest literary lights to Boston College. All events take place in Gasson 100 at 7 p.m. and are free and open to the public. Read more about the fall 2014 schedule in the BC Chronicle »