Events sponsored by the Center for the Book
Author discussions, symposia and other events are an important part of the programming of the Center for the Book. The long-running Books & Beyond author series has attracted writers from across the country to discuss their books and the writing life, and to talk about how they have used the resources of the Library of Congress in their work. Most of these presentations are filmed for later webcasting.
NOVEMBER 10 (Thursday), noon, Montpelier Room, Madison Building
Books & Beyond program. Former diplomat and D.C. historian John Richardson will discuss and sign his new book Alexander Robey Shepherd: The Man Who Built the Nation’s Capital (Ohio University Press, 2016).
DECEMBER 6 (Tuesday) noon, Whittall Pavilion, Jefferson Building
Books & Beyond program. Michael Signer will discuss and sign his new book Becoming Madison: The Extraordinary Origins of the Least Likely Founding Father (Public Affairs, 2015). Cosponsored with the Law Library.
DECEMBER 8 (Thursday), noon, Pickford Theater, Madison Building
Books & Beyond program. Professor William Craft Brumfield will discuss and sign his new book Architecture at the End of the Earth: Photographing the Russian North (Duke University Press, 2015). Cosponsored with the World Digital Library.