Red Emma’s book talk with Doran Larson, Author of “Inside Knowledge”

Red Emma's 3128 Greenmount Avenue, Baltimore, MD, United States

Doran Larson, founder and co-director of the American Prison Writing Archive, is joined in conversation by Professor Vesla Weaver to discuss his book, "Inside Knowledge: Incarcerated People on the Failures of the American Prison," examining mass incarceration and its impact through firsthand experiences.

Michael Gerhardt at NYU School of Law

Furman Hall 245 Sullivan Street, Room 210, New York, NY, United States

Join the American Constitution Society for a discussion with Professor Michael J. Gerhardt of UNC Law on his new book, The Law of Presidential Impeachment: A Guide for the Engaged... READ MORE

Hooks National Book Award Presentation and Guest Lecture

Hattiloo Theatre 37 South Cooper Street, Memphis, TN, United States

The Benjamin L. Hooks Institute for Social Change at the University of Memphis will celebrate the 2022 Hooks National Book Award winner, Dr. Julius B. Fleming Jr. and his book... READ MORE

Book Talk | Practicing Food Studies: NYU’s perspective on the field

Institute for Public Knowledge, New York University 20 Cooper Square, 5th Floor, New York, NY, United States

Join the NYU Food Studies program to celebrate their 25th anniversary with a discussion of Practicing Food Studies, with editors Amy Bentley, Fabio Parasecoli and Krishnendu Ray. Practicing Food Studies explores... READ MORE

Book Culture at 112th, NYC: Jane Spinak, “The End of Family Court”

Book Culture 536 W 112th St, New York, United States

The End of Family Court rejects the foundational premise that family court can do good when intervening in family life and challenges its endless reinvention to survive. Spinak proposes concrete steps toward abolishing the court, and calls for strategies that center trusting and respecting the abilities of communities to create and sustain meaningful solutions for families.

Jane M. Spinak is the Edward Ross Aranow Clinical Professor of Law Emerita at Columbia Law School. Spinak co-founded Columbia Law School’s clinics focused on representing families and children. Spinak most recently directed the Adolescent Representation Clinic, which represented teenagers and young adults aging out of foster care. From 2001 to 2006, Spinak served as the Law School’s director of clinical education.

Before joining CSSW, Brenda Jones Harden was the Alison Richman Professor for Children and Families at the University of Maryland School of Social Work. She directed the Prevention and Early Adversity Research Laboratory, where she and her research team examined the developmental and mental health needs of young children who have experienced early adversity, particularly those who have been maltreated or have experienced other forms of trauma.

Launch of Marion Casey’s “The Green Space”

Glucksman Ireland House 1 Washington Mews, New York, NY, United States

Join author Marion Casey to launch her new book, The Green Space, at Glucksman Ireland House! Featuring a rich assortment of sources and images, The Green Space: The Transformation of the... READ MORE