This month, Edward J. Blum, author of W. E. B. Du Bois, American Prophet, will visit campuses across the country to discuss the legacy of the renown scholar and activist.
Tomorrow, February 7, Blum kicks off his tour at the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, where he will be giving a talk for the Institute for the Study of Religion, Violence, and Memory.
On February 13, he will be giving a lunchtime talk at Emory University in Atlanta, GA.
February 14 brings Blum to the Executive Leadership Center at Morehouse College—also located in Atlanta—for the symposium "Culture, Spiritual Values, and the Pursuit of Excellence in Higher Education" with Dr. Clayborne Carson, Dr. Stephen Carter, Dr. Cheryl Townsend-Gilkes, Dr. Martin E. Marty, and Dr. Harold Bennett.
Blum rounds out his tour with a talk at the University of California, Riverside on February 26. Shortly after the talk, we will make an mp3 recording available for download.
For details on these author appearances, visit the Penn Press Log Events page.