- 1-3: Catherine Potuges, co-editor of Cinemas in Transition in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989, will be speaking at the Seventh European Psychoanalytic Film Festival in London, England.
- 6: Starting at 6PM, Never Easy, Never Pretty author Dean Bartoli Smith will be speaking at the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards in Baltimore, MD.
- 7: From 12-1:30PM, Kieu-Linh Caroline Valverde, author of Transnationalizing Viet Nam, will be speaking and signing copies of her book at the Philippines Conference Room at Stanford University, in Stanford, CA.
- 7-10: My Culture, My Color, My Self author Toby Jenkins will be attending the National Women's Studies Association conference in Cincinnati, OH.
- 14-17: Priya Srinivasan, author of Sweating Saris will be co-chairing the Society of Dance History Scholars/Congress of Research in Dance joint international conference in Riverside, CA.
- 14-17: Salsa World editor Sydney Hutchinson will be attending the Society for Ethnomusicology conference in Indianapolis, IN.
- 15: From 1-3PM, Adia Harvey Wingfield, author of No More Invisible Man, will be speaking as part of the Jensen Speaker Series at the Sociology/Psychology Building at Duke University, in Durham, NC.
- 16: At 7PM, I Walked with Giants co-author Jimmy Heath will be speaking at the Schwartz Center for the Arts in Dover DE. At 7:30PM, Heath will also be performing at the Center.
- 16: From 1-3PM, Dean Bartoli Smith, author of Never Easy, Never Pretty, will be speaking and signing copies of his book at Read Between the Lynes in Woodstock, IL.
- 19: Starting at 7:30PM, I Walked with Giants co-author Jimmy Heath will be performing with the Temple University Jazz Band, at the Temple Performing Arts Center, 1837 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA 19122.
- 20-24: Carol Kelley, author of Accidental Immigrants and the Search for Home, will be attending the American Anthropological Association in Chicago, IL.
- 21: From 2-3:20PM, Where Rivers Meet the Sea author Stephanie Kane will be presenting at the American Society of Criminology conference in Atlanta, GA.
- 21-24: Kate Eichhorn, author of The Archival Turn in Feminism, and Pamela Thoma, author of Asian American Women's Popular Literature, will be attending the American Studies Association conference in Washington, D.C.
- 22: At 4PM, The Archival Turn in Feminism author Kate Eichhorn will be presenting at the American Studies Association conference in Washington, D.C.
- 21-23: Cathy Portuges, co-editor of Cinemas in Transition in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989, will be on a panel at the Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies conference in Boston, MA.