SLA-NY Event: Author Book Chat with Glenn Stein, Discovering The North-West Passage

Please join SLA New York for wine & cheese and listen to Glenn Stein discuss his new exciting book, Discovering The North-West Passage: The Four Year Arctic Odyssey of H. M. S. Investigator and the Mclure Expedition. As well as the book’s fascinating subject matter, Glenn will also talk about the libraries and archives he used to conduct his research.
Date: Thursday April 7th, 2016

Time: 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Venue: Troutman Sanders, 875 3rd Avenue at 52nd Street, 17th Floor.

Cost: Tickets are a bargain at just $5 each!

 

Discovering The North-West Passage has been praised by reviewers as: 

  • “a monument to scholarly devotion and documentary research.” (The Arctic Book Review),
  • “new insights into how geographical discovery received the recognition of a grateful nation. Recommended.” (Choice)
  • “a stirring account of the perilous journey of Robert McClure and his men, the first ever to pass through the Arctic from the Pacific to the Atlantic. In Stein’s words, McClure and his men are fully brought to life in a way no previous account of nineteenth-century exploration has managed.” (Russell Potter, author of Arctic Spectacles: The Frozen North in Visual Culture)

Glenn Stein has researched maritime and polar history since 1975 and is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (FRGS), Life Member of the American Polar Society (APS), member of the Orders and Medals Research Society (OMRS/UK), and of the Life Saving Awards Research Society (LSARS/UK).

 

Please register by Wednesday April 6th at http://newyork.sla.org/events-2/event-registration/?ee=234

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