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Events

2018-2019

October

3-6th

The Association for the Study of African American Life and Culture Annual Conference  |  Indianapolis, IN
Panel Discussions: "The Life and Legacy of Queen Mother Audley Moore" and "Genealogies of Black Lives Matter".   More information

8th

Black Studies Book Discussion on Remaking Black Power: How Black Women Transformed an Era | 2:00-3:30pm

19th

Black Radical Women Symposium  |  Rutgers University, New Brunswick  |  2:30pm

27-28th

'Power, Rage and Change," Panel, Sunday October 28th, Texas Book Festival. More information

 

December

7-8th

Association of Black Women Historians' (ABWH) national symposium, “Our Foremothers’ Keepers: The Art and Practice of Black Women’s History. More information

 

2019 JANUARY

31st

Book Talk: Brown University. Farmer will speak about Remaking Black Power, followed by a book signing | 4:00pm

 

February

 

21st

Book Talk: Ursinus College. Farmer will speak about Remaking Black Power, followed by a book signing | 5:00pm 

 

March

 

27th 

Book talk, Texas Lutheran University. Farmer will speak about Remaking Black Power, followed by a book signing | 4:00pm

 

April

 

4

Book Talk: Conversations in Black Freedom Studies, Schomburg Center for Research on Black Culture. Farmer will speak about Remaking Black Power, followed by a book signing | 7:00pm

 

PAST EVENTS

Book talk at the Institute for Historical Studies, University of Texas, Austin
Center for Civil and  Human Rights, Atlanta, GA
Harvard Book Store. Cambridge, MA
Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, University of Southern California
Busboys and Poets at 14th & V,  Washington, D.C. In conversation with Ibram X. Kendi
Red Emmas Bookstore. Baltimore, MD
Stanford University. Clayman Institute for Gender Research
Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
Grove Hall Branch, Boston Public Library, Talk on Remaking Black Power, followed by book signing
Boston University Alumni Association at the Hyatt Medford, Farmer will be speaking about Remaking Black Power, followed by a Q & A
The American Historical Association Annual Meeting Panel discussions on "Black Power in the World in the Global 1960s." Marriott Wardman Park.
The Regulator Bookshop, Durham, NC, Farmer will speak about Remaking Black Power followed by a Q&A and book singing.