Russell Shorto

Schedule

May 11: “Revolution Song” reading and signing, Friends of Port Washington Library, Manhasset, LI

Jun 1: Talk: “Amsterdam Old and New,” Old Stone House, Brooklyn.

Jun 2: Conference: “Bringing New Netherland Back to Breuckelen,” Old Stone House, Brooklyn.

Jun 5: New York State Writers Hall of Fame, induction event, Princeton Club, New York.

Jun 8: American Revolution Conference, Fort Plain, NY.

Jun 14: “Revolution Song” reading and signing, Des Moines Public Library, Des Moines, IA.

Aug 8: “Revolution Song” reading and signing, Ferguson Museum, Fishers Island, NY.

Aug 9: “Revolution Song” reading and signing, Stonington Historical Society, Stonington, CT.

Sep 21-22: New Netherland Institute, Annual Conference, Albany, NY.

Oct 24: Dutch Roots Conference, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY.

Oct 25: “Revolution Song” reading and signing, Huntington Public Library, Huntington, NY.

Oct 26: History and Family History, New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, NYC.

Oct 27: “Revolution Song,” Holland Society of New York, Saturn Club, Buffalo, NY.

Nov 8: “Revolution Song,” paperback launch, North Jersey Revolution Roundtable, Morristown, NJ.

Nov 9: “Revolution Song,” lunchtime paperback launch, Museum of the American Revolution, Philadelphia.

Nov 9: “Revolution Song” paperback launch, Irvington Historical Society, Irvington, NY.

 

 


About the Author

  I was born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. I have three children (Anna, Eva and Anthony) and three step-children (Reinier, Hector and Benjamin).  I write books of narrative history; I believe history is most meaningful to us when it manifests itself through individuals in conflict. My books have been published in fourteen languages and have won numerous awards.  I am senior scholar at the New Netherland Institute and a contributing writer at the New York Times Magazine. My interests include the past, the present and the future, not necessarily in that order.  

photo by Keke Keukelaar