Wake Professor McAllister at Lunchtime Lecture October 12

Prof. McAllister at work in the Archives’ Reading Room (Photo by David Rolfe, Winston-Salem Journal).
Moravian Archives in Winston-Salem, NC, invites you to hear Dr. Grant McAllister, Professor in the Department of German and Russian at Wake Forest University, as he speaks at our Lunchtime Lecture series on Thursday, October 12, 2017, at 12:15pm. As our small part in the celebration of the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, Professor McAllister will present a special 35-minute talk which he calls “From 95 Theses to 365 Diary Entries: A Day in the Life of Salem Congregation 1817.” McAllister’s work on the Salem diaries here in our Archives was part of a feature story by Scott Sexton in last April’s Winston-Salem Journal. Help us welcome him by joining us live on October 12 in our second-floor Spaugh Lecture/Recital Hall. The Archives are at 457 S. Church St. in Winston-Salem at the Archie K. Davis Center. Our parking is in the northwest corner of the lot at the western end of SR 4326 (Rams Drive) off Salem Avenue. The same street serves as entry to the Elbertson Fine Arts Center at Salem College.
For further information, contact Interim Archivist J. Eric Elliott at (336) 722-1742, or by email at moravianarchives@mcsp.org.

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