When Women Didn't Count

Events


Robert Lopresti is happy to do readings and discussions of the book at bookstores, libraries, or universities. He usually takes about 40 minutes to an hour, including a quiz with prizes. Use the contact form to discuss an event.



In February 2018 Robert Lopresti spoke as part of the Western Libraries Reading Program at Western Washington University. He spoke about the chapter on prostitution. You can watch it here.
At the request of the U.S. Government Publishing Office Lopresti presented a webinar on the research process he used to create the book. You can watch it here.
Island Library, Lummi Island, Washington
Island Library, Lummi Island, Washington
Federal Depository Library Conference 2017
Federal Depository Library Conference 2017

You can hear Lopresti's presentation to the Federal Depository librarians here.

University of Washington, November 2017

You can hear Lopresti's presentation to a Government Information class at the University of Washington's I-School here. He read the chapter about "Women as Criminals."

VIllage Books WWDC Reading
VIllage Books WWDC Reading


Robert Lopresti also does presentations on these subjects:


Which Presidents Owned Slaves, and Why it Matters


Catching a Book Thief: How Western Libraries tracked down the man who stole thousands of books and maps from more than 100 libraries.


Writing Mysteries for Fun and a Little Profit