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Minnesota Center for Book Arts is honored to partner with the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (HMML) for Destruction and the Book, a three-part lecture series exploring the history of the book.

The first lecture in the series is “Malta, Slavery and Archives: The Legacy of Human Trafficking in Early Modern Documents.” Dr. Daniel K. Gullo, the Joseph S. Micallef Curator of the Malta Study Center and Coordinator of Digital Humanities, will look at the role of small archives in Malta to discuss the nature of slavery and what it tells us about human trafficking, law, and international communication in the 18th century.

The free lecture will take place in the Target Performance Hall inside Open Book, with a wine reception to follow.

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