Lewis H. Lapham, editor emeritus of Harper’s Magazine and the founding editor of Lapham’s Quarterly, will speak Thursday at the University of Minnesota’s Willey Hall.
The author of 13 books and host of Bloomberg Radio’s weekly program, “The World in Time,” Lapham will talk about “the tribulations of the printed word in the wilderness of cyberspace.”
The talk starts at 7:30 p.m. in Room 125 of Willey Hall, next door to the Elmer L. Andersen Library on the university’s West Bank campus. The event originally had been scheduled to be in the Andersen Library, but was moved next door to make room for a larger audience.
The talk is presented by the Friends of the University of Minnesota Libraries and is free and open to the public.