Reuben Jonathan Miller
The University of Chicago professor discusses “Halfway Home: Race, Punishment, and the Afterlife of Mass Incarceration,” in a virtual conversation with author and Princeton professor Matthew Desmond.
February 2, 6pm
(The Book Cellar)
The historian and journalist conducts a virtual discussion of his book about the strike of 1936-1937 that gave birth to the United Auto Workers, “Midnight in Vehicle City: General Motors, Flint, and the Strike that Created the Middle Class”
February 5, 7pm
(Chicago Public Library)
The photographer discusses his book “You Next: Reflections in Black Barbershops” in a virtual conversation with multimedia artist Chris Saint Martin.
February 17, 3pm
Palabra Pura Fifteenth Anniversary Celebration
Mary Hawley moderates a virtual celebration of the bilingual reading series, with Francisco Aragón, Brenda Cárdenas, Miguel Marzana and Johanny Vázquez Paz.
February 17, 7pm
(Women & Children First)
The Chicago writer will discuss her second novel, “The Upstairs House,” in a virtual conversation with Rebecca Makkai.
February 24, 7pm