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Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award Winner T.J. Stiles Speaking on Campus February 9

Thursday, 09 February, 2023

Please join us on Thursday, Feb. 9, in Pere Marquette, Du Bourg Hall 240, for T.J. Stiles talk "Poverty is Censorship: The Role of Copyright in the Creative Economy." Mr. Stiles has received Pulitzer Prizes for his two most recent books, Custer's Trials and The First Tycoon, which also won a National Book Award. A former Guggenheim Fellow, NEH Public Scholar, World Economic Forum faculty member, and Gilder Lehrman Fellow in American History at the New York Public Library's Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers, Mr. Stiles serves on the governing boards of the Authors Guild and the Society of American Historians. He is currently writing a biography of Theodore Roosevelt. More information regarding Mr. Stiles' publications can be found at