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Events

 

upcoming Events
2018


January

4–7th– The American Historical Association Annual Meeting
Panel discussions on "Black Power in the World in the Global 1960s." Marriott Wardman Park

8thThe Regulator Bookshop, Durham, NC   |   7:00pm
Farmer will speak about Remaking Black Power followed by a Q&A and book singing

 

February

10th – Grove Hall Branch, Boston Public Library   |   3:00pm
Talk on Remaking Black Power, followed by book signing

13th – Boston University Alumni Association at the Hyatt Medford   |   7:30pm
Farmer will be speaking about Remaking Black Power, followed by a Q & A and book signing.
For more information or to register.

 

March

5th – Stanford University. Clayman Institute for Gender Research   |   4:15pm
Farmer will present on Remaking Black Power followed by a book signing. This event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP

8th – Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
Farmer will present on Remaking Black Power followed by a book signing

 

April

6th – Harvard Book Store. Cambridge, MA   |   3:00pm
Farmer will speak about Remaking Black Power as part of the Friday Forum Series

26th – Busboys and Poets at 14th & V,  Washington, D.C.   |   6:30pm
Farmer will speak with Ibram X. Kendi about Remaking Black Power and black activism.

29th Red Emmas Bookstore. Baltimore, Maryland   |   3:00pm
Farmer will speak about Remaking Black Power, followed by a Q&A and book signing

 

May

10th – Codman Square Branch, Boston Public Library.  Boston, MA   |   6:00pm
Farmer will speak about Remaking Black Power,  followed by a Q and A and book signing

24th – Auburn Avenue Library.  Atlanta, GA   |   7:00pm
Farmer will speak about Remaking Black Power followed by a Q&A and book signing


PAST EVENTS
2017
 

Sept 27 – The Association for the Study of African American Life and History
"The Nuts and Bolts of Academic Blogging and Public Scholarship", "Writing Black Women: A Conversation on the Scholarship of Ula Yvette Taylor"

Oct 5 – Schomburg Center for Black Culture. Harlem, NY
Conversations in Black Freedom Studies: The Fannie Lou Hamer Centennial (1917-2017) and Black Women’s Organizing Traditions. Dr. Farmer will speak alongside other historians about the historical importance of Fannie Lou Hamer and the black organizing tradition.