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NYSL: 12-13 Climate-Change Debate The New York Society Library presents: Fiction, Facts, and "Facts": How Novels and Film Shape the American Climate-Change Debate
NYSL: Emily Wilson, The Odyssey The New York Society Library presents: Emily Wilson, The Odyssey
NYSL: Gregory Pardlo, Air Traffic: A Memoir of Ambition and Manhood in America, with Lisa... The New York Society Library presents: Gregory Pardlo, Air Traffic: A Memoir of Ambition and Manhood in America, with Lisa Lucas
NYSL: Erica Armstrong Dunbar, Never Caught The New York Society Library presents a startling and eye-opening look into America’s First Family, Never Caught is the powerful narrative of Ona Judge, George and Martha Washington’s runaway slave who risked everything to escape the nation’s capital and reach ...
NYSL: Jane Sherron De Hart, Ruth Bader Ginsburg: A Life. The New York Society Library presents Jane Sherron de Hart brings us the first full life—private, public, legal, philosophical—of the 107th Supreme Court justice, one of the most profoundly transformative legal minds of our time; a book fifteen years in ...
NYSL: A Swinging '60s Evening The New York Society Library presents a lighthearted evening of music and more from the era that brought us the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, celebrating (Head of Events) Sara Holliday's new novel A Thousand Dances.
NYSL: Uptown at Night, Fall 2018 The New York Society Library presents Uptown at Night returns to the Members’ Room with a vibrant new lineup of humorous storytellers and comedians: Meghan Daum, C.S. Hanson, Micah Stratton, Henry Alford, Karen Chee, and Martin Dockery. Fresh, funny and ...
NYSL: Conversation: Susan Buckley, Eating with Peter and Dawn Drzal The New York Society Library presents Susan’s life would never be the same after she meets Peter Buckley—a larger-than-life writer, photographer, and gourmand, a great cook and a great “eater.” Together they embark on rollicking adventures from the souks of ...
NYSL: Meet the Publishing Pros: Jonathan Galassi The New York Society Library presents in this new occasional series, writers and patrons interested in the publishing world are invited to an insightful discussion with one of its stars.
NYSL: Maggie Jackson, Distracted: Reclaiming Our Focus in a World of Lost Attention The New York Society Library presents the first edition of this visionary book, Maggie Jackson sounded a prescient warning of a looming crisis: the fragmentation of attention that is eroding our abilities to problem-solve, innovate, and care for one another. ...
NYSL: Elizabeth Barlow Rogers, Saving Central Park: A History and a Memoir The New York Society Library presents the story of how one woman's long love affair with New York's Central Park led her to organize its rescue from a state of serious decline, returning it to the beautiful place of recreational ...
NYSL: Conversation: Religion in the Age of Mass Politics The New York Society Library presents in our occasional series, experts on a current-events topic bring their knowledge to an informal presentation and discussion with readers who want to get beyond the headlines. Join us for a special live recording ...
NYSL: Simon Winchester, The Perfectionists The New York Society Library presents the revered New York Times bestselling author traces the development of technology from the Industrial Age to the Digital Age to explore the single component crucial to advancement—precision—in a superb history that is both ...
NYSL: The Role of Art and Novels in Understanding Climate Change The New York Society Library presents Climate change is no longer a mere possibility—it's already happening. Glaciers are melting, animal and plant populations are failing, and agricultural practices no longer prevent famine. Around the world, scientists, artists, and activists are ...
NYSL: The New York City Book Awards Ceremony 2017-2018 The New York Society Library presents The New York City Book Awards, founded in 1996, honor each year’s best books about the city. This annual ceremony honors the winning authors and publishers.
NYSL: My Country by Marie of Romania The New York Society Library presents once I was a stranger to this people; Now I am one of them, and, because I came from so far, better was I able to see them with their good qualities, and with ...
NYSL: The Art and Activism of Transitional Environments The New York Society Library presents climate change is already happening. Jeff VanderMeer, author of the Southern Reach trilogy, speaks with visual artist Zaria Forman, conservation biologist Gleb Raygorodetsky, and Indigenous leader Victoria Tauli-Corpuz about “transitional environments”—that is, regions of ...
NYSL: Don't Shoot the Messenger: The Challenging Narratives of Climate Change The New York Society Library presents climate change is already happening. Author William T. Vollmann, playwright Chantal Bilodeau, and journalist David Wallace-Wells approach its dialogues through different mediums—book-length and magazine journalism, and through theatre. They’ll discuss their approach to gathering ...
NYSL: David Alan Richards, Skulls and Keys: The Hidden History of Yale's Secret Societies The New York Society Library presents the mysterious, highly influential hidden world of Yale’s secret societies is revealed in a definitive and scholarly history.
NYSL: Laurie Gwen Shapiro, The Stowaway: A Young Man's Extraordinary Adventure to Antarctica The New York Society Library presents the spectacular true story of a scrappy teenager from New York’s Lower East Side who stowed away on the Roaring Twenties’ most remarkable feat of science and daring: an expedition to Antarctica.

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