Book Events - Authors, Book Signings, Literary Festivals Metro DC
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Carmen Giménez Smith: Soy Isla (I Am an Island)The Phillips Collection
Thu. Apr 18 Carmen Giménez Smith’s work dissects the female body and society’s responses to it over centuries in language that can be both playful and serious.
Feminism for the Americas: The Making of an International Human Rights MovementNational Archives
Tue. Mar 26 In her book, Feminism for the Americas, professor Katherine M. Marino, chronicles the dawn of the global movement for feminism and women’s rights in the first decades of the twentieth century.
The Line Becomes a River: Dispatches from the Border (Francisco Cantú)Mt Pleasant Library
Tue. Apr 30 Francisco Cantú’s The Line Becomes a River: Dispatches from the Border was named a Top 10 Book of 2018 by NPR and the Washington Post, was shortlisted for the Andrew Carnegie Medal of Excellence, and was a finalist for the National Book Critic Circle’s John Leonard Prize.
Wed. Apr 3 Sedaris is one of today’s most observant writers addressing the human condition, which he details hilariously in his latest book, Calypso, described as beach reading for people who detest beaches and required reading for those who loathe small talk.
Free Landmark Lecture: A Remarkable FriendshipTudor Place Historic House and Garden
Tue. Apr 23 Meet-and-greet plus author's lecture about unique friendship between a longtime resident of Tudor Place and Napoleon Bonaparte's American sister-in-law.
First: Sandra Day O’Connor, An American LifeNational Archives
Wed. Apr 24 Join Michael Beschloss as he interviews Evan Thomas on his new book about Sandra Day O’Connor.
From Gutenberg to Google: The History of Our FutureNational Archives
Thu. Mar 28 The invention of the printing press and of the telegraph each created an information revolution. Wheeler describes the Internet, artificial intelligence, and the need for cybersecurity as laying the foundation for a third network revolution.
Millennium in Belgrade by Vladimir PistaloAlliance Française of Washington, D.C.
Tue. Mar 26
History After Hours: Inspector Oldfield and the Black Hand SocietySmithsonian National Postal Museum
Wed. Apr 24
How to Kill a City: Gentrification, Inequality, and the Fight for the NeighborhoodSmithsonian Anacostia Community Museum
Sun. Apr 7
If I Survive: Frederick Douglass and Family in the Walter O. Evans CollectionNational Gallery of Art
Fri. Apr 26
National Youth Poet Laureate CommencementLibrary of Congress
Thu. Apr 4
Artists in Fiction Book ClubThe Mansion at Strathmore
Apr. 17 – Jul. 17
Thanks, Obama: My Hopey, Changey White House Years with David LittBusboys & Poets in Shirlington
Tue. Apr 9
Dick Spottswood: A Discographer on the RecordLibrary of Congress
Tue. May 14
Kay RyanFolger Theatre
Tue. May 7
Wonderland of the World: The Andersons and JapanAnderson House – The American Revolution Institute of the Society of the Cincinnati
Fri. Mar 29
Living Earth Festival 2019: Conversation with the Chefs: Freddie Bitsoie and Sean ShermanSmithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
Sun. Apr 28