Past Events

April 2014
Alice Walker, Martin Duberman, Marilyn Young, and Frances Fox Piven at Zinn Symposium
April 24, 2014,
New York NY

New Press authors Martin Duberman, Frances Fox Piven, Marilyn Young, and Alice Walker will be participating in a daylong celebration of Howard . . .

David Cay Johnston at the University of Washington
April 24, 2014,
Seattle WA

David Cay Johnston will discuss health inequality and his book Divided in a discussion titled "Health Inequality in America."

IMC Presents: Dr. McChesney speaking about Digital Disconnect
April 22, 2014,
Urbana Illinois

McChesney proposes that we cannot examine the growth of the Internet without considering capitalism

Jean Echenoz at La Maison Française
April 21, 2014,
New York NY

Join Jean Echenoz in an evening of conversation (in French) with Catherine Cusset. 

Susan Q. Stranahan at Jabberwocky Bookshop
April 18, 2014,
Newburyport MA

Join Fukushima co-author Susan Stranahan as she discusses the book in an event co-sponsored by local advocacy group "No More Fukushimas . . .

Jean Echenoz with Lydia Davis at the 92nd Street Y
April 17, 2014,
New York NY

Goncourt-winning author Jean Echenoz joins Lydia Davis in conversation about his new novel 1914.

Beth Zasloff and Josh Steckel at Water Street Books
April 17, 2014,
Williamstown MA

Hold Fast to Dreams authors Josh Steckel and Beth Zasloff read and discuss selections of their new book.

David Cay Johnston at Boston College
April 16, 2014,
Chestnut Hill MA

Pulitzer-prize winning investigative journalist David Cay Johnston discusses his latest edited book, Divided and inequality in America . . .

Beth Zasloff and Josh Steckel at Odyssey Bookshop
April 16, 2014,
South Hadley MA

Join Hold Fast to Dreams authors Josh Steckel and Beth Zasloff as they discuss inequity in college admissions and sign their new book.

Nicolas Lampert at Literati Bookstore
April 14, 2014,
Ann Arbor MI

Nicolas Lampert will read passages from his book A People's Art History of the United States followed by a discussion with Nick Tobier. . . .

February 2014
Burt Neuborne at Stanford Law School
February 5, 2014,
Stanford CA

Burt Neuborne will discuss his book Madison's Music and the political significance of recovering the ability to read the First Amendment . . .