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SD Festival of Books: Sean Flynn

Sean Flynn
Writer and professor Sean Flynn will speak at Brigg Library as part of the South Dakota Festival of Books. (Submitted photo)

Event Details

Author and professor Sean Flynn will present “Education, Relocations and Integration: Ben Reifel’s Vision for American Indian Acculturation” at the SDSU Archives in Briggs Library as part of the South Dakota Festival of Books.

Flynn, a Dakota Wesleyan University professor of history, spent extensive time at the SDSU Archives researching the Ben Reifel Papers as he prepared for his latest book, Without Reservation: Ben Reifel and American Indian Acculturation.

The Festival is organized by the South Dakota Humanities Council. It is the largest annual literary event in South Dakota, featuring more than 60 national and regional authors and drawing a crowd of thousands. For more information about the Festival, please see

Friday, Sep. 21, 2018 2:00 pm – 2:50 pm Hilton M. Briggs Library , Archives, Room 241

Building Access Directions

Elevator access is available.

Parking Information

Visitors may acquire a permit for free parking in several designated lots at the Parking Services Office (1601 Stadium Road) or the University Police Department (1405 Jackrabbit Avenue). Visitors may also use the hourly pay lot on the east side of the Student Union. Parking at the Performing Arts Center is free.

South Dakota Festival of Books