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Robert Alter's most recent book

Alter in Town For Lebowitz Launch

Robert Alter's most recent book

The Brian E. Lebowitz Collection is a recent gift generously presented to the University of Colorado at Boulder by Brian E. Lebowitz. Containing more than 19,000 volumes of first edition 20th century Jewish American literature, this collection documents and preserves this unique moment in American and Jewish literary and cultural history. Please join the Program in Jewish Studies, the University Libraries, the Department of English, the CU Art Museum, and Menorah: Arts, Culture & Education for a special evening that celebrates this collection on Thursday, November 11 @ 7 PM in the Visual Arts Complex Auditorium, Room 1B20 located in the lower level of the CU Art Museum on the Boulder campus.

The evening features readings by the following authors whose works are included in the collection:

Robert Alter
Robert Alter, one of the world’s
foremost translators of the Hebrew Bible
and scholar of modern Jewish literature

Sidney Goldfarb

Sidney Goldfarb, renowned poet,
playwright and Professor of English
and co-founder of the Creative
Writing Program at CU


Steve Katz

Steve Katz, critically acclaimed author and Professor Emeritus of English in the Creative Writing Program at CU

The authors will be available to sign their most recent publications which will be for sale at the event courtesy of the Boulder JCC’s Festival of Books and Culture. This event is free and open to the public but space is limited so RSVP’s are appreciated. Visit www.jewishmovers.org for details or call 303.492.7143.

About Jamie Polliard

Assistant Director of the Program in Jewish Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder

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