Join us for a Complimentary lecture series hosted by the Harvard Club of Boston
Register for a complimentary lecture with Harvard University Professor Brandon Terry
Thursday, October 15, 2020
12:00pm Lecture Begins (This event is Eastern time- please adjust for U.K time)
Lecture Followed by Q&A
The king is dead/long live the king: thinking with martin luther king jr. in the era of black lives matter
Brandon M. Terry is Assistant Professor of African and African American Studies and Social Studies at Harvard University. A scholar of African American political thought, political philosophy, and race, politics and culture, Brandon is the editor of Fifty Years Since MLK (MIT/Boston Review, 2018) and the co-editorm with Tommie Shelby, of To Shape a New World: Essays on the Politicalk Philosophy of Martin Luther King, Jr. (Harvard University Press, 2018) and has published work in the Los Angeles Review of Books, Political Theory, Boston Review, Dissent, The Point, New Labor Forum, The Plough, and Perspectives on Politics.
He is currently completing a book entitled The Tragic Vision of the Civil Rights Movement: Political Theory and the Historical Imagination. Brandon also serves as an advisor to King Boston, a non-profit dedicated to building a monument a series of civic initiatives to honor the life and labor of Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King in Boston. He lives in Boston's Dorchester neighborhood with his daughter and wife, who is an educator in Boston Public Schools.
One complimentary pass per person. Valid on October 15, 2020 only. Registration will close approximately 3 hours prior to the event to allow for the login credentials tobe shared. This invitation is non-transferable.
To register please click the link below. Please note that the time listed on the Harvard Club of Boston's home page is Eastern time.