The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture invites you to a ninety-minute seminar discussion focused on Jim Schutze’s Accommodation: The Politics of Race in an American City. Moderated by Michael McShane, Ph.D., the seminar-style discussion will focus on the meaning and implications of Schutze’s historical work.
About The Accommodation: “The powerful classic of Dallas history …. examines the violent and suppressed history of race and racism in the city, from slavery through the Civil Rights Movement, and the city’s desegregation efforts in the 1950s and ‘60s.” (Deep Vellum Press)
The Accommodation is published by local nonprofit Deep Vellum Publishing and is available in hardcover, audiobook, and ebook here. Note: Take 20% off your order using coupon code READMORE at checkout!
You can also visit their storefront location at 3000 Commerce Street in Deep Ellum.
Additional ways to purchase the book:
- Order via Big D Reads Presenting Sponsor, Amazon (hardcover, e-book, audio book)
- Order the hard cover or audio book from Interabang Books or pick up a copy in person at their store front at 5600 W. Lovers Lane #142
- Order the hard cover from Pan African Connection or pick up a copy in person at their store front at 4466 S. Marsalis Avenue in Dallas
Location: Dallas Institute, Stroud House, 2723 Routh Street.
Date: Friday, April 1
- 6:00-6:30 PM Gather
- 6:30-8:00 PM Seminar
Cost: Free with registration.
Maximum Capacity: 20 people (First come, first served)
Register: Click Here