The 2020 Coronavirus pandemic has taken so much away from all of us: the ability to see one another, to hug friends, to go where we want when we want.
Although most of my in-person talks this spring and summer were canceled, many historical societies, museums, and libraries pivoted swiftly and effectively to online events. Many more folks were able to log into these events than would have been able to attend in person.
I have been profoundly grateful for those institutions and their staff who have hosted me for conversations about “The Three-Cornered War.”
This fall I am mostly speaking with students and faculty about the book at universities across the nation. These are course-specific online events and therefore not open to the public, but I will post any other events to this page as they come up.