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- May 31 2020 - Genes, Germs and Identity: Who Are You? -
- Jun 1 2020 - ONLINE | Of Ecocide and Human Rights: On the Ethical Tragedy of Climate Change with Jay Bernstein - The New School
- Jun 1 2020 - Brooklyn, NY: Eric Cervini in Conversation with a Special Guest - Brooklyn Historical Society
- Jun 1 2020 - Virtual Philosophy Salon: Conversations with Professional Intellectuals -
- Jun 2 2020 - Our People: Discovering Lithuania's Hidden Holocaust - Museum of Jewish Heritage
- Jun 2 2020 - Book Discussion with Nicholas Fox Weber - 192 Books
- Jun 2 2020 - "Diego Rivera in Times of Crisis" Century of Story & Song - The Town Hall
- Jun 2 2020 - Coping with Crowds: "ESCAPES" on the Lower East Side -
- Jun 3 2020 - The Central Park: Original Designs for New York's Greatest Treasure - Landmark West!
- Jun 3 2020 - The Black Hours - Morgan Library & Museum
- Jun 3 2020 - The Deviant's War: Eric Cervini (VIRTUAL EVENT) - McNally Jackson
- Jun 3 2020 - Masha Gessen Presents Surviving Autocracy (with Tim Snyder) - Greenlight Bookstore
- Jun 4 2020 - ONLINE | Netflix and Chills: On Digital Distraction in the Time of Quarantine with Dominic Pettman - The New School
- Jun 4 2020 - The Plaza: The Secret Life of America\'s Most Famous Hotel - The National Arts Club
- Jun 5 2020 - Jeffrey Sachs: The Ages of Globalization - Shakespeare & Co.
- Jun 7 2020 - Learned Hopefulness: The Power of Positivity to Overcome Depression - New York Open Center
- Jun 8 2020 - 'Leopard Print: History's Fiercest Fashion Statement' Webinar -
- Jun 8 2020 - Virtual Philosophy Salon: Conversations with Professional Intellectuals -
- Jun 10 2020 - Midnight in Chernobyl: A Conversation with the Author - The National Arts Club
- Jun 15 2020 - Hitchcock Blonde: A Cinematic Memoir | Sharon Dolin (VIRTUAL EVENT: In Conversation with Jacki Lyden) - McNally Jackson