On Monday, August 7, Union’s own Dr. Sarah Azaransky will speak about her groundbreaking new book, This Worldwide Struggle: The International Roots of the Civil Rights Movement (Oxford, June 2017).
Dr. Azaransky, assistant professor of social ethics at Union, will be giving a First Monday lecture at Pendle Hill, the Quaker study, retreat, and conference center welcoming all for Spirit-led learning and community, located in Wallingford, Pennsylvania.
The August 7 lecture, scheduled from 7:30-9:00 p.m. in the Barn, is free and open to the public, with advance registration requested but not required. Live streaming will be available to registrants. A book signing will follow the lecture.
Dr. Azaransky’s latest book examines a network of black Americans who looked abroad and to other religious traditions for ideas and practices that could transform American democracy.
For additional details or to register, please visit the Pendle Hill website.