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.
You can hear Lopresti's presentation to the Federal Depository librarians here.
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."
Robert Lopresti also does presentations on these subjects:
Which Presidents Owned Slaves, and Why it Matters. Along the way you will meet some of the most interesting American figures you have never heard of.
Catching a Book Thief: How Western Libraries tracked down the man who stole thousands of books and maps from more than 100 libraries.
The Nancy Randolph Scandal of 1792. A teenage daughter of one of Virginia's leading family was accused of infanticide and incest.