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A Company of Authors

Come celebrate the 11th annual “A Company of Authors.” Once again, an amazing group of Stanford writers will be discussing their recently published books. Each author will make a brief presentation and be available for conversation and book signing.

The authors who are scheduled to be present include Prudence Breitrose (Mousemobile: When Mice Hit the Road), Thomas Ehrlich and Ernestine Fu (Civic Work, Civic Lessons: Two Generations Reflect on Public Service), Estelle B. Freedman (Redefining Rape: Sexual Violence in the Era of Suffrage and Segregation), Gerhard Casper (The Winds of Freedom: Addressing Challenges to the University), Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht (After 1945: Latency as Origin of the Present), Mark Jarrett (The Congress of Vienna and Its Legacy: War and Great Power Diplomacy after Napoleon), Herbert Lindenberger (One Family’s Shoah: Victimization, Resistance, Survival in Nazi Europe), Tung-Hui Hu (Greenhouses, Lighthouses), Patricia Klaus and Shirley Streshinsky (An Atomic Love Story: The Extraordinary Women in Robert Oppenheimer’s Life), Bruce J. Schulman, ed. (Making the American Century), Rodney Koeneke (Etruria), Yumi Moon (Populist Collaborators), David M. Kennedy, ed. (The Modern American Military), Ian Morris (War! What Is It Good For?), and Sarah S. Lochlann Jain (Malignant: How Cancer Becomes Us).

This program is hosted by Peter Stansky, Field Professor of History, Emeritus, Stanford. Drop in, or indulge yourself by spending the entire afternoon in the company of these bright, entertaining, and stimulating writers. At the event, the Stanford Bookstore will sell books at a 10 percent discount, and authors will sign copies. Refreshments will be served.

This program is co-sponsored by the Stanford Humanities Center, the Stanford Bookstore, and Stanford Continuing Studies.

 

Details

When:

Saturday, April 19, 2014. 01:00 PM

Where:

Stanford Humanities Center, 424 Santa Teresa Street

Sponsor:

Humanities Center, Continuing Studies, Stanford Bookstore

Contact:

725-2650
continuingstudies@stanford.edu

Admission:

Free and open to public