70 Acres in Chicago: Cabrini Green Film Screening with Dir. Ronit Bezalel
For 70 years, there stood a public housing community in Chicago known as Cabrini Green. Home to thousands, misunderstood by millions, Cabrini Green once... Read more
The Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute and the Anxieties of Democracy program are pleased to invite you to a ‘Democracy in the City’ event, at Roosevelt House on Monday, October 17, 2016 at 6:00 p.m.
Join us and... Read more
Roosevelt House is pleased to welcome best-selling historian Ellen Fitzpatrick for a discussion of her book The Highest Glass Ceiling, the story of... Read more
Hunter College President Jennifer J. Raab cordially invites you to attend a program and reception honoring the recipients of the sixth annual Joan H. Tisch Community Health Prize:
BLOOMINGDALE AGING IN... Read more
HIROSHIMA BOUND is a personal documentary that tracks the construction of America’s collective memory (or lack of one) of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It follows the histories of specific photos and photographers, both Japanese... Read more
Join us at Roosevelt House for a look at what the Quinnipiac University Poll reveals about the state of the presidential campaign on the eve of the first presidential debate.
We are pleased to welcome Douglas Schwartz,... Read more
Roosevelt House is pleased to welcome Heather Ann Thompson, the author of Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Its Legacy, a new and definitive account of the 1971 Attica prison... Read more
Roosevelt House is pleased to welcome Joseph Lelyveld and to celebrate the publication of His Final Battle: The Last Months of Franklin Roosevelt. Lelyveld is the former executive editor of The New York Times and the... Read more
Roosevelt House is pleased to announce the first event of our Fall 2016 public programs. Distinguished presidential biographer Jean Edward Smith discusses his new book, Bush, about the forty-third president of the United States,... Read more
Acclaimed, award-winning historian Douglas Brinkley – called “America’s new past master” by the Chicago Tribune – returns to Roosevelt House to discuss his latest book, Rightful Heritage: Franklin D. Roosevelt... Read more
Rebecca Traister – acclaimed by Anne Lamott as as “the most brilliant voice on feminism in the country” – comes to Roosevelt House to discuss her groundbreaking book, All the Single Ladies: Unmarried Women... Read more
Please join us as we welcome Stephen Hess, senior fellow emeritus in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution, to discuss his latest book, America’s Political Dynasties: From Adams to... Read more
Vets for American Ideals, a project of Human Rights First, will host an event in honor of World Refugee Day at Roosevelt House to raise awareness of the millions of men, women, and children forced to flee their homes due to... Read more
The Women’s City Club of New York (WCC) hosted its first Perkins-Roosevelt Symposium on Friday, June 17, in partnership with the Frances Perkins Center and Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter... Read more
In her new book, Lincoln’s Generals’ Wives, Candice Shy Hooper looks at the Civil War in a new way – by focusing on the extraordinary and influential lives of Jessie Frémont, Nelly McClellan, Ellen Sherman, and... Read more
Roosevelt House welcomes Adam Hochschild to discuss his newest bestseller, a history of the Spanish Civil War, told through a dozen characters, including Ernest Hemingway, George Orwell, and... Read more
One of America’s most eminent historians, Sean Wilentz, will discuss his new book, The Politicians and the Egalitarians: The Hidden History of American Politics, in conversation with Harold... Read more
On view until May 27, 2016.
Please join us as we welcome the Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Annette Gordon-Reed to discuss her new book, “Most Blessed of the Patriarchs,” Thomas Jefferson and the Empire of the Imagination. This groundbreaking... Read more
A Forum with Ted Piccone
Ambassadors Hardeep Singh Puri and Antonio de Aguiar Patriota
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Please join us at Roosevelt House for a special program exploring the political genius of Abraham Lincoln.
To mark the publication of his new book, A Self-Made Man: The... Read more
Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College, The Social Science Research Council, and The Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University cordially invite you to attend a special... Read more
Explore the lives and legacies of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt from multiple perspectives. Roosevelt House and FDR Four Freedoms Park are offering tours in collaboration–you’re welcome to attend one or the other, but we hope you’ll join... Read more
Maria Cuomo Cole is the award-winning producer of the feature documentary, Newtown, directed by Kim A. Snyder, which premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. In her career, she has tackled such relevant subjects as gun... Read more
President Obama’s election in 2008 cemented the importance of the youth vote. As the largest and most diverse voting bloc in the country, Millennials are a political powerhouse that are increasingly shaping the... Read more
Please join us as we welcome one of America’s preeminent historians, William E. Leuchtenburg, to discuss his latest book, The American President, an account of American presidential actions from the... Read more
Jerusalem has been described as the “volcanic core” of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Competing religious, national, and historic narratives exist side-by-side in the city, in a constant struggle for legitimacy, validity,... Read more
A book discussion featuring Donna Haverty-Stacke, Associate Professor of History at Hunter College and Roosevelt House Faculty Associate, on her book Trotskyists on Trial: Free Speech and Political... Read more
Norton Garfinkle and Harold Holzer’s A Just and Generous Nation: Abraham Lincoln and the Fight for American Opportunity presents a groundbreaking new account of the beliefs that inspired our sixteenth... Read more
Public Programs at Roosevelt House are free to the public and open with advance registration, made possible through the support of the Charina Endowment Fund and other generous donors.
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