EVENTS AND WORKSHOPS
Workshop speaker at Brigham Young University’s Religious Freedom conference, June 20-21.
Sept. 8: 2 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. Moderating panel on covering religious hate at the Religion News Association annual conference in Nashville. Open to registered attendees.
Oct. 10: Noon. Speaker, Distinguished Author Series, Gutman Library, Harvard Graduate School of Education, with introduction by Natasha Warikoo. Lunch provided. Open to public.
Nov. 18: Speaker, annual conference of the National Council of the Social Studies in San Francisco. Talk sponsored by Facing History & Ourselves. Must register for conference to attend the talk, scheduled for mid-afternoon.
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Linda gives solo talks; participates in interfaith panel discussions; and conducts training workshops for educators on how to teach about religion & avoid controversy; and frequently gives talks to adult education groups at houses of worship. She also is available to speak at book clubs. In recent years, she has spoken at Harvard Divinity School; Northwestern University; Boston College; Merrimack College; the National Council of the Social Studies annual conference; numerous temples and churches; the Dallas Jewish Community Center; Facing History & Ourselves in Brookline, Mass.; Decatur Book Festival in Georgia and the Boston Book Festival.
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