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On Tuesday, March 11th, please join us for the annual Friends of the Library event, this year featuring the university archives. A panel of historians, archivists, and librarians will explore SPU's origins through the history of Seattle and the Pacific Northwest, and its educational institutions in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The panel will be held in Upper Gwinn Commons at 7:30 p.m.
The Seminar Room on the second floor of the Library will become a Quiet Study Zone March 11-13 & 17-19 from 8pm-Closing and all day on the weekends (March 9, 15 & 16). The Library Classroom on the main level of the Library will become a Group Study Zone. This will be in effect March 10 – 14 & 17-19 from 2pm-Closing and all day on the weekends (March 9, 15 & 16). There are also free ear plugs available at the Circulation Desk, Reference Desk, or the Tech Desk to help with blocking out extra sound.
Pursuing Social Holiness, by Kevin M. Watson
In an exploration of the early Methodist tradition, SPU professor Kevin Watson, offers an in-depth examination of the band meeting, a small group of people who focused on the confession of sin in order to grow in holiness. The book talks about the impact these bands had on Wesley's theology as well as popular Methodism.
Call Number: BX8349 .H64 W38 2013