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AIA Lubbock Society Lecture: La Venta: Sex, the City and a Visual Creation Narrative, 600 BC

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Dear Friends, Colleagues, Students and AIA Members,

Please join us next Wednesday, November 10 at 5:35pm in Business Administration 00057 for "La Venta: Sex, the City and a Visual Creation Narrative, 600 BC" by our own Carolyn E. Tate, Professor of Pre-Columbian Art History, Texas Tech University.

This will be the last AIA lecture of the Fall.

Please note that we will meet in room 00057 of the Business Administration building, which is located just west of English/Philosophy at the corner of 15th Street and Flint Avenue.

The TTU campus map is available here: http://www.ttu.edu/map/# (click on "Business Administration, Rawls College of")

More information about the AIA Lubbock Society is available here: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/classic_modern/aia/

I look forward to seeing you all next Wednesday.

Warmest,
Chris Witmore

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Christopher Witmore
Assistant Professor
Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures
Texas Tech University
http://proteus.brown.edu/witmore/Home