April 12, 2021April 12, 1pm ET, with the Brandeis National Committee,
|April 8||2pm ET||Brandeis National Committee, moderated by Sylvia Fishman. Find registration details on the event page.|
|April 12||7pm ET||Vilna Shul, Boston's Center for Jewish Culture, and Hadassah-Brandeis Institute. Visit the event page to register for this free virtual event.|
|April 14||Publication Day|
|April 15||5pm MT/7pm ET||Tattered Cover (Denver, CO), in conversation with Lisa Fishbayn Joff. Register for this free virtual event on the event page.|
|April 16||4:20pm ET||The Marc Bernier Show, WNDB Radio (Daytona Beach, FL)|
|April 18||8:30pm ET||AMIT, moderated by Rabbi Ethan Tucker. Find registration details on the event page.|
|April 20||6pm CT/7pm ET||Seminary Co-op (Chicago, IL), in conversation with Sylvia Neil. Visit the event page for details.|
|April 21||9am ET||Tom Sumner Program, WFOV Radio (Flint, MI)|
|April 28||7pm ET||Exclusive evening event with the Brandeis Women's Network. Moderated by trustee Lisa Kranc '75, with introduction and closing remarks by co-chairs Amy Cohen '85 and Talee Potter '97.*|
|April 29||6:30pm ET||
Streicker Center virtual event, moderated by the arts and culture editor at The New York Jewish Week, Sandee Brawarsky, register on the event page
April 14, 2021
April 14, 5pm ET, Zoom event #Slaveryarchive Book Club: Blood and Boundaries by Stuart Schwartz
April 29, 10:30am ET, Virtual event, From Proposal to Publication: A Discussion with Dr. Cedric Cohen-Skalli About His New Book and the Process of Getting There, Avi Staiman, CEO Academic Language Experts, will be joined by Cedric Cohen-Skalli, Jonathan Decter, and Syvia Fuks Fried to discuss Don Isaac Abravanel and take a behind-the-scenes look at the translation and publication process.
April 15, 2021April 15, 1:30pm ET, Zoom Book Launch. Hasidism has attracted, repelled and bewildered philosophers, historians and theologians since its inception in the 18th century. In Hasidism, Ariel Evan Mayse and Sam Berrin Shonkoff present students and scholars with a vibrant and polyphonic set of Hasidic confrontations with the modern world. Editors Mayse and Shonkoff will be joined by Eugene Sheppard, associate director of the Tauber Institute and editor of the BLMJT, to discuss the book and its selections.
April 30, 2021April 30, 12pm ET, Zoom event. Master wood engraver Barry Moser will be in conversation with author, poet and gallery owner Rich Michelson on the occasion of the new edition of Moser’s classic book "The Art of Wood Engraving & Relief Engraving, published by Brandeis University Press. Part of the Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts, April 25-May 1. Register here.
May 2, 8pm ET, Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (MJCCA) live Zoom event. In conversation with CNN Correspondent Holly Firfer. Open to all JCCs in North America (and 5 in Canada) as part of the National JCC Literary Consortium.
May 4, 10am ET, Zoom interview with Zibby Owens on the award-winning podcast Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books.
May 19, 6pm ET, Virtual event, Politics and Prose Bookstore (Washington D.C.), in conversation with Ambassador Norman Eisen (ret.), Senior Fellow in Governance Studies at The Brookings Institution. Details forthcoming.
May 17, 2021May 17, 7pm, Greater Wyoming Valley Audubon, PA will host a virtual Vulture presentation.
May 19, 2021May 19, 12-1pm ET, The Brandeis Author Series, in association with the Brandeis Alumni Association, presents Roxana Robinson in conversation with Nancy Scott. Details forthcoming.
May 20, 2021
May 20, 11:30am ET, Streicker Center virtual event: “Tangled Identities, Evolving Beliefs: American Jewish Thought Since 1934.”
Dr. Michael Marmur and Rabbi David Ellenson, editors of American Jewish Thought Since 1934: Writings on Identity, Engagement, & Belief, published one year ago, will delve into the shifting soundscape around questions of loyalty and belonging, religious practice, secular discontents and the creative American recasting of Jewish peoplehood.
|May 3||TBA||Boston Landmarks Commission Preservation Month Keynote*|
|May 4||7pm ET||Boston By Foot*|
|May 5||7pm ET||Hingham Public Library, register on the event page.|
|May 6||7pm ET||Tewksbury Public Library*|
|May 11||6pm ET||Historic New England, visit the event page for more details.|
|May 12||TBA||Old North Church*|
|May 13||7pm ET||Kingston Public Library, register on the event page|
|May 16||TBA||Dorchester Historical Society, Annual Meeting*|
|May 18||TBA||Neighborhood Association of Back Bay*|
|May 19||6pm ET||Boston Public Library, register on the event page.|
|May 24||6:30pm ET||Langley-Adams Library, register on the event page|
|May 25||7pm ET||Jamaica Plain Historical Society, register on the event page|
|May 27||7pm ET||Maynard Public Library, register on the event page|
|June 3||TBA||New England Historic Genealogical Society*|
|June 24||7pm ET||Colonial Society of Massachusetts, visit the society's calendar|
|July 1||TBA||Falmouth Historical Society*|
|July 13||TBA||Goodnow Library, Sudbury*|
|Late August||TBA||Charlestown Historical Society Walking Tour*|
|First week of October||TBA||The Bostonian Society*|