Oct 16, 23, 30: National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity
Multiweek Workshop, 3:00-4:30 PM EST
Course Description: Would you like to reach beyond the academy by publishing a popular book for the broad public? Do you dream of building a successful writing career? Are you interested in partnering with a publishing expert who can advocate for you, negotiate your book contracts and obtain a significant advance on your behalf? "The Academic's Guide to Working with a Literary Agent" is a three part webinar series designed to equip academics with a framework and game plan for obtaining literary representation. Drawing upon her own experience signing with the same literary agency that brokered Barack Obama's first book deal, Dr. Crystal Marie Fleming will demystify how and why academics decide to partner with book agents. By the end of the workshop, participants will have clearly defined goals and a timeline for trade publications, a database of similar books, a list of appropriate agencies and insight into the nuts and bolts of collaborating with a literary agent.
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Oct 26: Trinity College
Hartford, Connecticut, 12:15-1:30 PM
Dr. Fleming's talk will explore "Confronting White Supremacy: Racism and Anti-racism in our Classrooms and Communities"
Nov 6: Wellesley College
La Maison Française, 5:00-7:00 PM
Dr. Fleming will deliver a lecture entitled "Comment j'ai découvert le racisme en France: Reflexions sur la suprématie blanche". She will speak about her experiences learning French, studying abroad with the Wellesley-in-Aix program and discovering, for the first time, France's ongoing history of racism and white supremacy. In French.
Nov 7: Wellesley College
Harambee House, 4:30-6:00 PM
Dr. Fleming will discuss how Wellesley professors, mentoring programs and her junior semester abroad inspired the research that would later become Resurrecting Slavery. Reception and book signing to follow.
Nov 14: Duke University
Durham, North Carolina
Department of Sociology Race Workshop, 1:00-2:30 PM
Dr. Fleming will discuss a paper entitled "Chronic White Supremacy: Toward a Critical Race Theorization of Time Work". For more information, contact Carlos Taveres.
Feb 19: American University
Department of Sociology, 2:30-4:00 PM
Drawing on Resurrecting Slavery and her forthcoming book How to Be Less Stupid About Race, Dr. Fleming will discuss the role of engaged sociology in unmasking and challenging white supremacy.
Feb 20: Howard University
Howard University Barnes & Noble Bookstore, 12:00-1:30 PM
Book Talk: Resurrecting Slavery. Signing to follow.
Mar 23: CUNY Graduate Center
New York, NY
Dr. Fleming will discuss her book Resurrecting Slavery: Racial Legacies and White Supremacy in France and deliver the keynote address at the 2018 CUNY Graduate Conference, Haunted History in France and America: When the Ghosts of Slavery Resurface. For more information, visit the conference site.
Apr 13: Notre Dame University
South Bend, IN
Center for the Study of Social Movements
Dr. Fleming will speak at the Center's award's ceremony for the John D. McCarthy Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Scholarship of Social Movements and Collective Behavior honoring Dr. Aldon Morris.
Apr 23: Virginia Wesleyan University
Virginia Beach, VA
Center for the Study of Religious Freedom
Dr. Fleming will present a workshop on consciousness raising and confronting white supremacy for students, followed by a lecture on her forthcoming book, How to Be Less Stupid About Race. Check back soon for details!
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current lecture and workshop topics
- Book Talk: "Resurrecting Slavery: Racial Legacies and White Supremacy in France"
- Confronting White Supremacy in the U.S. and Europe
- Anti-blackness and Racism in France
- Bosom Buddies: Obama, Trump and the Rainbow Coalition of White Supremacy
- Why I Left the Democratic Party
- Work/Life Balancing in Academia
- Addressing Intersectional Oppression in Academic Culture
- Building a Supportive Professional Network in the Academy
- Working with a Literary Agent
- Writing with (and on) Twitter
- Finding Your Authentic Voice
- Mindfulness, Spirituality and Social Justice
- Bisexuality and Biphobia
All talks and workshops can be delivered in English or French.
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