Meet VCU's Authors
Members of faculty in the humanities at VCU have an impressive record of scholarly productivity and are recognized, both nationally and internationally, for their significant contributions to our understanding of the human condition across cultures, throughout the past, and in the present. In partnership with VCU Libraries, our Meet VCU’s Authors series invites members of the Richmond community as well as colleagues and students from VCU and other local universities to come and meet VCU’s authors as they talk about their recently published books and answer questions about their work. All are welcome!
Meet VCU's Authors: Carolyn Eastman, Ph.D.
February 8, 2021
The speaker for this event is Carolyn Eastman, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of History in the College of Humanities and Sciences at VCU and author of "The Strange Genius of Mr. O: The World of the United States' First Forgotten Celebrity."
Meet VCU's Authors: Bernard Means, Ph.D.
March 1, 2021
The speaker for this event is Bernard Means, Ph.D., teaching assistant professor and director of the Virtual Curation Laboratory in the VCU School of World Studies. He is co-editor of "The Archeology of Virginia’s First Peoples."
Meet VCU's Authors: Adin Lears, Ph.D.
April 5, 2021
The speaker for this event is Adin Lears, Ph.D., assistant professor in the VCU Department of English and author of "World of Echo: Noise and Knowing in Late-Medieval England."
Meet VCU's Authors: Aspen Brinton, Ph.D.
April 19, 2021
The speaker for this event is Aspen Brinton, Ph.D., assistant professor of international studies in the VCU School of World Studies and author of "Confronting Totalitarian Minds: Jan Potočka on Politics and Dissidence."