This Tuesday evening, December 13, at 7:00, food historian Sarah Lohman will be at the Brooklyn Historical Society to discuss “How Immigrant Cooks Shape American Food”. Joining her will be Jonathan Wu of Fung Tu and Mario Carbone of Carbone. Admission is $10, or $5 for BHS or Green-Wood members; purchase tickets here.
Criminologist Michael D. White, co-author with Henry F. Fradella of Stop and Frisk: The Use and Abuse of a Controversial Policing Tactic, will be at BHS on Wednesday evening, December 14, at 6:30 to discuss the subject of the book, “the first authoritative history and analysis of one of the most controversial policing tactics.” Admission is $10, or $5 for BHS or Green-Wood members; purchase tickets here.
On Thursday evening, December 15, at 6:30 Andrés Reséndez will discuss his book The Other Slavery: The Uncovered Story of Indian Enslavement in America,
“the myth-shattering story of the mass enslavement of American Indians by European colonists, which he argues was a major factor in the decimation of indigenous populations across North America.” Admission is $5, or free for BHS or Green-Wood members; purchase or reserve tickets here.