Come join us for a 90-minute launch event featuring educators and the guest editors of the Bank Street Occasional Paper Series #48, Learning within Socio-political Landscapes: (Re)imagining Children’s Geographies. This hybrid library salon will be held with an in-person audience and also include a Zoom link for remote participants.
Category: Library Salons
What happens when freedom of expression and the freedom to read come under threat? At Bank Street’s upcoming Library Salon #28, we will hear from historian and critic Leonard S. Marcus, whose latest book, You Can’t Say That!, compiles the stories of thirteen authors of banned books and their experiences with censorship and free expression.
Please join Bank Street College, Teachers College, and Erikson Institute for a 90-minute special event “The Pandemic as a Portal to New Futures in Education.” It features educators and parents who contributed articles to Bank Street Occasional Paper Series #46.
Join us as we celebrate the launch of Occasional Paper Series #45: “Welcoming Narratives in Education: A Tribute to the Life Work of Jonathan Silin.” The new issue is available from our website. Library Salons are a series of informal lectures and group discussions held after hours on Friday evenings.
Join us Friday, October 4, 5:30–7:30 PM to celebrate Rima Shore’s new book, Lady with a Brooch: Violinist Eva Mudocci – a Biography and a Detective Story. With this story as backdrop, we will discuss: what does it mean to be a researcher? A learner? An expert?