Chicago-area lecture on March 23
I’ve mentioned this before, but I wanted to let readers know that I’ll be speaking in the Chicago area on Wednesday, March 23. My lecture, which will focus on the early history of Orthodoxy in Chicago (roughly the mid-1880s through the mid-1890s), will take place at Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church in Westchester, Illinois. It’s a part of their annual “Book Week” event. A schedule is available at this link, and the church is located at 2501 Wolf Road, Westchester, IL.
The schedule at the above link says that my talk is titled, “The History of the Greek Orthodox Church in Chicago.” That isn’t quite right… While I definitely talk a lot about the Greeks, my lecture also covers the other Orthodox of Chicago (particularly the Russians and Serbs).
Anyway, if any OH.org readers can make it out to the talk, I’d love to meet you.
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