Our authors are busy at virtual, hybrid, and in-person events around the world in November. We hope you can make it to some of them! And November is also a busy month for conferences. We will have in-person booths at the American Studies Association, American Anthropological Association, National Women’s Studies Association, African Studies Association, and American Academy of Religion. Stop by our booths and visit with us.
November 1, 12-1:30 pm EDT: Eric A. Stanley, author of Atmospheres of Violence, has an in-person book talk at Yale University, in WLH 309. A light lunch will be provided.
November 1, 5 pm GMT: Catherine Grant will have an in-person conversation with James Boaden about her new book A Time of One’s Own at the University of York, in the Treehouse of the Berrick Saul Building.
November 1, 4:30 pm EDT: Katina Rogers, author of Putting the Humanities PhD to Work, gives an in-person talk and leads a student workshop at Georgia State University. 223, 25 Park Place, Atlanta, Georgia.
November 1, 6 pm EDT: John D’Emilio, author of Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood, joins Claire Potter for a hybrid online and in-person Q&A and book signing at The New School. Starr Foundation Hall, 63 Fifth Avenue, New York City.
November 2, 5 pm GMT: Catherine Grant, author of A Time of One’s Own, has an in-person book talk at Northumbria University, Newcastle, in the Lipman Building.
November 2, 6 pm CET: Muriam Davis, author of Markets of Civilization, is joined by Giulia Fabbiano and Thierry Fabre for an in-person discussion at Aix Marseille University. 2 place Leverrier, 13004 Marseille, France
November 4, 4-5:30 pm EDT: The UNC Department of Communication hosts an in-person book-launch event for Torin Monahan, author of Crisis Vision. Hill Hall 103, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
November 5, 1 pm CST: Ann Marie Leimer, co-editor of Consuelo Jimenez Underwood, speaks in-person at Underwood’s exhibition at Ruiz-Healy Art, 201-A East Olmos Drive, San Antonio, Texas
November 7, 4:45 pm EST: Penny Von Eschen, author of Paradoxes of Nostalgia, speaks in-person at Cornell University. Kaufmann Auditorium, Goldwin Smith Hall, Ithaca, NY
November 7, 5 pm EST: Robert Bliwise, author of The Pivot, joins Duke faculty members Tom Ferraro, Kristin Goss, and Omid Safi for an in-person discussion about lessons learned from teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic. Perkins Library 217, Duke University, Durham, NC.
November 9, 4:00 pm EST: Jodi Kim, author of Settler Garrison, joins Amanda C. Demmer and Daniel Y. Kim for a virtual panel discussion at the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU.
November 9, 4:30 pm EST: Penny Von Eschen, author of Paradoxes of Nostalgia, gives an in-person talk at Yale University.
November 10, 11:30 am AEDT: The Environmental and Media Research Program at Monash University hosts a virtual talk by Jean-Thomas Tremblay, author of Breathing Aesthetics.
November 10, 7 pm GMT, Gavin Butt, author of No Machos or Pop Stars, talks with the band Gang of Four’s Jon King about the story of post-punk in Leeds at the Walthamstow Rock ‘N’ Roll Book Club. The event will be held at The Barrel Store, Wildcard Brewery, Shernhall Street, London, E17 9HQ.
November 10, 6 pm EST: Rinaldo Walcott, author of The Long Emancipation, participates in Borders, Human Itineraries and All Our Relation, an in-person event at York University. It also features Dele Adeyemo, Natalie Diaz, and Nadia Yala Kisukidi. Sandra Faire and Ivan Fecan Theatre Ian Macdonald Boulevard Toronto, ON
November 11, 12 pm GMT: Srila Roy, author of Changing the Subject, will give a virtual talk at the University of the Witwatersrand as part of their social reproduction seminar series.
November 12, 6:30 pm CET, Marcus Boon, author of The Politics of Vibration, launches his book at the Minor Cosmpolitan Assembly conference in Berlin. University of Potsdam, Am Neuen Palais 10, 14469 Potsdam
November 12, 1:30 pm EST: Katina Rogers, author of Putting the Humanities PhD to Work, appears on a panel at the hybrid University of Virginia conference, 30 Years of Digital Humanities at UVA.
November 13, 3:00 pm EST: Alexandra Juhasz and Theodore Kerr, authors of We Are Having This Conversation Now, have an online event with the Bureau of General Services, Queer Division in New York City.
November 13, 6:00 pm EST: Alexandra Juhasz and Theodore Kerr, authors of We Are Having This Conversation Now, have an in-person launch party held by Parkside Lounge. 317 E Houston St, New York City
November 14, 1 pm EST: The American Prospect hosts an in-person discussion with the authors of Our Veterans. Economic Policy Institute, 1225 I Street Northwest #600 Washington, DC
November 15, 6:15 pm EST: Heather Davis, author of Plastic Matter, will give a virtual talk called “Explorations in Medical Humanities” sponsored by Columbia University.
November 15, 3:00 pm CET: Lisa Bloom, author of Climate Change and the New Polar Aesthetics, speaks in person at the Department of Art History, Södertörn University, Stockholm.
November 15, 5 pm EST: Harvard University’s Mahindra Humanities Center hosts an online conversation with Breathing Aesthetics author Jean-Thomas Tremblay and Annabel L. Kim.
November 15, 3 pm PST: Lisa Uperesa speaks in person about her book Gridiron Capital at UCLA. Royce Hall room 306, Dickson Plaza, Los Angeles, CA
November 15, 7 pm EST: Harper’s Magazine and Duke University Press present an in-person writerly discussion of basketball featuring Alexander Wolff, author of Big Game, Small World, and Thomas Beller, author of Lost in the Game. W83 Ministry Center 150 West 83rd Street 4th Floor New York
November 15th, 7:00 pm CST: John D’Emilio, author of Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood participates in an in-person event at the Chicago Theological Union in partnership with Seminary Co-op Bookstores
November 16, : Lisa Bloom, author of Climate Change and the New Polar Aesthetics, gives an in-person talk at Konst/ig bookstore. Åsögatan 124, 116 24, Stockholm, Sweden
November 16, 4:30 pm EST: Penny Von Eschen speaks about her book Paradoxes of Nostalgia at Temple University. The event is both in-person and online. Welgley 914, Gladfelter Hall, 1115 W. Berks Street Philadelphia.
November 16, 1 pm PST, Katina Rogers, author of Putting the Humanities PhD to Work, gives an online talk at UC Merced entitled “Career Pathways for Humanities Graduate Students.”
November 17, 4:30 pm: Penny Von Eschen, author of Paradoxes of Nostalgia, gives the Distinguished Lecture in European History in-person at Rutgers University.
November 17, 7 pm EST: Elisabeth Anker, author of Ugly Freedoms, speaks in-person at Muhlenberg College as part of the Center for Ethics Speculative Futures series. Moyer Hall, 2400 W Chew St, Allentown, PA.
November 17, 7 pm EST: In celebration of University Press Week, Book Culture hosts an in-person poetry reading featuring Simone White, author of or, on being the other woman, along with Cheryl Boyce-Taylor, Ellen Hagan, and Brionne Janae. Gabriel Cleveland will moderate. 536 West 112th St, New York City
November 17, 4:15 pm PST: Lisa Uperesa discusses her book Gridiron Capital in person at the Claremont Colleges. 108 Hahn Hall, 420 Harvard Ave N, Claremont, CA
November 18, 12 pm EST: Jean-Thomas Tremblay, author of Breathing Aesthetics, is joined by Jules Gill-Peterson and Brad Harmon for an in-person conversation at Johns Hopkins University.
November 19, 7:30 pm EST: Alexandra Juhasz and Theodore Kerr, authors of We Are Having This Conversation Now, will participate in an online event with CHARIS books in Atlanta.
November 22, 2 pm EST, Jean-Thomas Tremblay discusses his new book Breathing Aesthetics in-person with Sarah Dowling at the University of Toronto.
November 24, 7 pm GMT: Gavin Butt holds a South Coast launch for his new book No Machos or Pop Stars at The Rose Hill in Brighton. Gavin will be reading from his book and playing rare and unreleased sounds by bands from the West Yorkshire scene of the 1970s and 1980s.
November 24, 4:40 pm EST: La Marr Jurelle Bruce, author of How to Go Mad without Losing Your Mind, gives the Lynch Distinguished Lecture in-person at the University of Toronto. Claude T. Bissell Building, 140 St George St, Toronto, Ontario
November 25: Jean-Thomas Tremblay, author of Breathing Aesthetics, gives a seminar at Concordia University
November 29, Thomas Beller, author of Lost in the Game, appears in-person at Octavia Books. 513 Octavia St, New Orleans, Louisiana