Join James R. Crockett, author of RULERS OF THE SEC: OLE MISS AND MISSISSIPPI STATE, 1959–1966, on Thursday, October 21 at 6:00PM at Madison Public Library. Crockett will discuss and sign copies of RULERS OF THE SEC.
Steve Bergsman, one of the authors of CHAPEL OF LOVE: THE STORY OF NEW ORLEANS GIRL GROUP THE DIXIE CUPS, will sign copies of the book at Anticus Art Gallery and Bookstore.
The Friends of the Cabildo Lecture Series will host Rosa Hawkins & Steve Bergsman, authors of CHAPEL OF LOVE: THE STORY OF NEW ORLEANS GIRL GROUP THE DIXIE CUPS, on October 26 at 6:00. Signup for Members is free and if you are not a member and would like to attend the cost is $10 for each lecture.
Join the IRSCL Keynote Speaker, Marilisa Jiménez, on the Transnational LIJ: Latinx Studies, Puerto Rico, and the Praxis of Transnational Solidarity panel, October 27 at 10:00AM (GMT-3)! She will be discussing her book SIDE BY SIDE: US EMPIRE, PUERTO RICO, AND THE ROOTS OF AMERICAN YOUTH LITERATURE AND CULTURE.
Join author Teresa Nicholas at Lemuria Books in Jackson, MS, on Saturday, October 30th at 11am CST as she signs her new book, THE MAMA CHRONICLES: A MEMOIR!
Author James R. Crockett will be at Off Square Books Friday, November 5th between 4–6 pm to sign his newest book RULERS OF THE SEC: OLE MISS AND MISSISSIPPI STATE, 1959–1966.
On Veterans Day, please join Martha Bolton and Linda Hope, authors of DEAR BOB: BOB HOPE'S WARTIME CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE G.I.S OF WORLD WAR II, at The National WWII Museum on a panel discussing the book. This event is free and open to the public as part of the Museum’s Veterans Day programming sponsored by AARP Louisiana and Navy Federal Credit Union. A virtual option is also available.
Kristin Waters, author of MARIA W. STEWART AND THE ROOTS OF BLACK POLITICAL THOUGHT, will appear on a virtual panel at the Radical Philosophy Association Conference. The session will take place on Saturday, November 13 from 3:30–4:30. Visit the RPA website to register for the virtual conference.