Jonathan Maniscalco has taught English to ESL learners in Japan, Spain, and New York City. A Massachusetts native, he is a graduate of Boston University and a stringer for the New England Review of Books. Ten Stories to Manhood is his first published book. Via Zoom, registration required.
A freelance writer and editor, Rebecca Long reports on a wide range of topics, including politics, TV, film, literature, and environmental justice. Her writing has been featured in VICE, Bitch Media, Bust Magazine, and Electric Literature. Long’s essay about Stranger Things’ Jim Hopper was Bitch Media’s most-read article of 2019. She currently works as the Digital Content Editor at a women’s non-profit organization and previously held full-time editorial roles at National Geographic Learning and SAGE Publications. Via Zoom, registration required.
The Center for Social Justice and Community Impact, in partnership with Safe Zone at Wheaton, invites you to join Hugh Nini and Neal Treadwell, authors of the book “LOVING: A Photographic History of Men in Love, 1850s-1950s” in a discussion and Q&A-style program.
Arda Collins poetry features a quiet assertive voice that builds or collects or accumulates a domestic space.
Dr. Ronald Crutcher, President Emeritus returns to Wheaton to celebrate the release of his recently published memoir I Had No Idea You Were Black: Navigating Race on the Road to Leadership . A leader in higher education, distinguished classical musician and accomplished administrator, Dr. Crutcher shares his talents on the cello before sitting down for an interview discussing his life as a Black leader successfully bridging America’s cultural divides and sharing his compelling story which offers many important lessons on life and leadership.