This coming Monday evening, November 28 at 6:30, at the Brooklyn Historical Society, two noted historians, Steven Hahn and Eric Foner, will discuss Hahn’s book, A Nation Without Borders, which is not about America after the closing of a major bookstore chain, but instead “takes a provocative new look at the eight decades surrounding the […]
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Wednesday is Veterans Day, so this week BHS focuses on war and veterans. On Monday evening, November 9 at 6:30, actor and veteran Stephan Wolfert will present a one man performance of his Cry Havoc, which draws on classical and Shakespearean sources to bring the audience face-to-face with the horrors of war and the difficulties […]
On Monday evening, June 15, starting at 6:30, the Brooklyn Historical Society will present a screening of The Messenger, a 2009 film about an Iraq veteran assigned to notify surviving family members of the deaths of their soldier husbands, wives, sons or daughters. David la Rocca, editor of The Philosophy of War Films and Edward […]
Tomorrow evening (Tuesday, September 9) starting at 6:30 p.m. the Brooklyn Historical Society, 128 Pierrepont Street (corner of Clinton), will present another of its “Tales From the Vault” lectures: BHS archivist John Zarrillo brings to life the diverse cast of characters who have emerged from the records of the Brooklyn Corporation Counsel. Their surprising and […]
This Thursday evening, June 19, starting at 6:00, the Brooklyn Historical Society will present “Tales From the Vault! 19th Century Brooklyn: Snapshots of Change” followed by the season’s first Beer Garden. According to BHS: Join BHS archivist John Zarrillo for a peek at the beguiling and quirky Brooklyn Corporation Counsel collection of records, and discover […]
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