Climate Ghosts: Migratory Species in the Anthropocene

Join authorNancy Langston (distinguished professor of Environmental History at Michigan Technological University) and Brian Donahue (associate professor for Environmental Studies at Brandeis) for a book discussion about climate change and human impact on three […]


Belonging and Betrayal: How Jews Made the Art World Modern


Jews and Modern Art Charles Dellheim What did Jews contribute to the modern art movement? Was modernism essentially Jewish? How did Jewish outsiders come to acquire so many modern masterpieces? […]

Hadassah: An American Story

B’Yachad Together: Spirited by American Jewish University will feature Hadassah Lieberman to discuss her new book on November 17, 12pm PT/3pm ET. Details forthcoming.

Crab Wars: Discussion on zoom with the author

A discussion on zoom with the author, William Sargent, on the usage of horseshoe crab blood in covid testing and the resulting effect on their population. Register here:

IN-PERSON BOOK TALK: Belonging and Betrayal

with Charles Dellheim LOCATION | Henry Long Room, Boston Athenaeum Since the late-1990s, the fate of Nazi stolen art has become a cause célèbre. In Belonging and Betrayal, Charles Dellheim […]


Book Talk with Ellen Warner, The Second Half

Join us March 8, at 6:30pm EST in-person and livestream for a book talk with Ellen Warner, The Second Half. A frank, and insightful look into the lives of women […]

Maureen Boyle – Purrington Lecture Series: Shallow Graves

Maureen Boyle, author and Stonehill College Journalism Program Director, will talk about her book Shallow Graves: The Hunt for the New Bedford Highway Serial Killer. No registration is necessary to participate. Event […]