Upcoming Appearances

2019
October 2, New York Historical Society, New York City in conversation with Eric Foner
October 24, Conversation in Honor of Sid Lapidus, American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, MA
October 25, American Civil War Museum, Richmond, Virginia in conversation with Ta-Nehisi Coates
November 7, Rethinking Race and Slavery Conference, Avon Old Farms School, Avon, CT
November 14,  US District Court Bench Bar Conference, Boston
December 14, Massachusetts Historical Society, Boylston Street, Boston
2020
February 12, Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, Springfield, Illinois
February 25, “Abolitionist Origins of the Suffrage Movement” Newton Free Library
February 26, “African American women in the Struggle for the Vote,” Cambridge City Hall
March 1, “From Suffrage to Power: Reflections on Women’s Citizenship,” New York Historical Society
March 12, University of Heidelberg, Germany

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March 18, Keynote, Nineteenth Century Studies Association Conference, Rochester, NY
March 28, The Antislavery Moment, Princeton University
April 27, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
May 7, The Schemel Forum, University of Scranton
June 19, University of Paris, France
July 20, Gilder Lehrman Institute Teachers’ Seminar, Gettysburg College
2021
January 14, (via Zoom) Moderator, with James Oakes, “The Crooked Road to Abolition,” Book Event, New York Historical Society
January 18, (via Zoom) MLK Day, Miss Porter’s School, Farmington, Connecticut
January 25, (via Zoom) Roundtable on Christopher Tomlins’ In The Matter of Nat Turner, United States Intellectual History Conference
February 4, (via Zoom) Speaker Series, “The Lasting Impact of Slavery,” US Capitol History Society
February 6, (via Zoom) “Slavery, Abolition and the Rise of Industrial Capitalism,” Revolution in the Air Winter Lecture Series, Blackstone River Valley National Historical Park, National Park Service
February 18, (via Zoom) Keynote Address, “The After Lives of Slavery,” Nelson Mandela Social Justice Day, University of Southern Indiana
March 2, (Via Zoom) “The Strange Career of American Riots,” Riverdale Country School, Bronx, NY
March 9, (via Zoom) Howard B. Schonberger Peace and Justice Lecture, “The Abolitionist Origins of Radical Reconstruction,” University of Maine, Orono
April 9, (via Zoom) Public Lecture, “The Abolitionist International,” Schemel Forum, University of Scranton
April 14, (via Zoom) Annual Baker Lecture, “The Long Nineteenth Amendment,” Department of History, Boston University
April 17, (via Zoom) Roundtable, “What is the Long Nineteenth Amendment?” Annual Virtual Meeting of the Organization of American Historians
May 18, (Via Zoom)  “Real Hatred: Exploring the Most Vehemently Despised Presidents in American History,” Roundtable, American Historical Association Virtual Meeting

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Some past Events:
Draper Conferences and Workshops:
Draper Poster Final - Fall 2017