Home Events IN-PERSON | Brookline for Everyone with Authors Katherine Einstein & Maxwell Palmer

IN-PERSON | Brookline for Everyone with Authors Katherine Einstein & Maxwell Palmer

In person at Brookline Booksmith! Join Brookline Booksmith and Brookline for Everyone for a conversation with Katherine Einstein & Maxwell Palmer, authors of Neighborhood Defenders.\

Register for the event!

RSVP to let us know you’re coming! Depending on the volume of responses, an RSVP may be required for entrance to the event. You will also be alerted to important details about the program, including safety requirements, cancellations, and book signing updates.

The Authors

Katherine Levine Einstein is an Associate Professor of Political Science, Director of Undergraduate Studies, and Faculty Fellow at the Initiative on Cities at Boston University. She joined Boston University in 2012 after receiving her Ph.D. in Government and Social Policy at Harvard University and a B.A. in political science from Yale University. Her research and teaching interests include local politics and policy, housing, and American public policy.

Maxwell Palmer is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science, the Director of Advanced Programs (BA/MA and the Honors Program), and a Civic Tech Fellow in the Faculty of Computing & Data Sciences, and a Faculty Fellow at the Initiative on Cities. He joined the Department and Boston University in 2014, after receiving his Ph.D. in Political Science at Harvard University. He studies study American political institutions, including Congress, electoral institutions, and local political institutions, with a particularly focus on how institutional arrangements and rules impact representation and policy outcomes. Prof. Palmer also work as a consultant and expert witness on questions about voting rights, redistricting, and representation.

About Brookline for Everyone

Brookline for Everyone is a grassroots organization of Brookline residents who want Brookline to be environmentally sustainable, economically thriving, and racially inclusive. To accomplish these goals, Brookline needs more housing—affordable housing, subsidized housing, work-force housing, and market rate housing.

Let your friends know...

Date

Mar 27 2023
Expired!

Time

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
brookline booksmith

Location

brookline booksmith
279 Harvard Street Coolidge Corner Brookline, MA 02446-2908
Website
https://www.brooklinebooksmith.com/events
Brookline Booksmith

Organizer

Brookline Booksmith
Phone
617-566-6660
Email
thestore@brooklinebooksmith.com
Website
https://www.brooklinebooksmith.com/

Featured Bookshops

Bookshops

All She Wrote Books

Bookshops

Amherst Books

Sign Up For eMail Updates