My thoughts on racial justice and the state of our country, delivered as part of an MIT Community Vigil on June 2, 2021, can be found at 40:41 of the webcast, and also here in text form. If you have come this far, please also hear the other voices who spoke up at this event: in order, Rafael Reif, Danielle Geathers, Madeleine Sutherland, DiOnetta Jones Crayton, John Dozier, Corban Swain, Malick Ghachem, Sandy Alexandre, Ramona Allen, Chevy Cleaves, AudreyRose Wooden, Kelvin Green, Kendyll Hicks, Aiyah Josiah-Faeduwor, Jaleesa Trapp, and Heather Konar. Thank you to Kaijeh Johnson and Erica James for their questions and comments.
The William and Mary Quarterly and the USC-Huntington Library Early Modern Studies Institute are putting on a workshop in May 2014 entitled “The Age of Revolutions.” You can find the call for proposals here. The convener is Sarah Knott of Indiana University. (Hat tip: Julia Gaffield.)