The group Friends of the Merrill-Cazier Library at Utah State University invites the campus and Cache Valley communities to its spring lecture, Thursday, March 4. The evening’s featured guest is Brian Q. Cannon. The event is free and all are invited. The spring lecture is Thursday, March 4, and begins at 7 p.m. in the Merrill-Cazier Library’s auditorium, Room 101. In the spotlight is “Utah in the Twentieth Century,” a book co-edited by Cannon and published by USU Press. The book includes essays by a number of noted scholars. Professor Cannon has taught history courses on the American West in the twentieth century at Brigham Young University since 1992. He is the recipient of multiple awards and fellowships for this research. The highlighted book, “Utah in the Twentieth Century,” will be available for purchase, along with a book signing, following the lecture. The evening also includes the announcement of the winners of the Leonard J. Arrington Lecture Student Writing Awards. Students wrote and submitted essays following the 2009 Arrington Lecture presented by Kathleen Flake. Cash awards will be presented. The Friends of the Merrill-Cazier Library is an organization that recognized the central role of the university’s library in the education of students. The group provides financial and program support for the libraries, and organizes a lecture series on the USU campus. Contact the library’s administrative office for membership information, 435-797-2633. Members receive a membership card that allows them circulation privileges for the year of membership. Members also receive the newsletter “Marginalia” and announcements of Friends’ events.
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