Works on Azorean literature, history and culture to be available to public at UMass Lowell O’Leary Library



More than 300 books on Azorean literature, history and culture are being donated by the islands’ government to UMass Lowell, in Massachusetts, where the works will be a resource for researchers, students and the public. Paulo Teves, director for communities abroad for the Regional Government of the Azores, will present the gift today, Aug. 28 to UMass Lowell Library Director George Hart and Prof. Frank Sousa, coordinator of the Portuguese Program and director of the Saab-Pedroso Center for Portuguese Culture and Research at the university. The presentation is open to the public, at O’Leary Library Learning Commons, located on South Campus at 61 Wilder St., Lowell.

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