In May, Deborah Deliyannis co-organized and chaired two virtual sessions from the canceled International Medieval Congress at Kalamazoo, which ran under the title, "Early Medieval Europe online - a mini-conference." In July, she presented a paper, "Desiderius of Cahors as Builder, from Letters to Memory," in the all-virtual International Medieval Congress sponsored by the University of Leeds.
Jakobi Williams; presented the lecture, "Media, Race and Justice," for the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) at the IUB Media School on September 23. Tonight, he speaks on a virtual panel hosted by UCLA, screening and discussing the film The Murder of Fred Hampton, which has been restored by the Chicago Film Archive. Joining him will be two members of the Illinois BPP (Henry "Poison" Gaddis and Lynn French) and one of the Hampton Trial attorneys from the People's Law Office in Chicago, Flint Taylor. RSVP for this online discussion; here.
Next Wednesday, September 30 from 12:30-1:30 pm, Jakobi will speak in a Duke University webinar discussion on "(Dis)respectability Politics and Protest: What is Violence? What is Law and Order? What is Protest?" with Malkia Devich-Cyril and Mark Anthony Neal (register; here).