Coming events


In mid-September 2017, Bill Taubman began appearances throughout the US and in Europe to discuss Gorbachev. It’s been a busy several months, but everything scheduled for 2017 has already happened. See below for what’s coming in 2018. You can also check Look and Listen to find links to audio and video recordings, including many for past events.


February 27 (Tuesday), 7pm: Worcester, MA

Where: Worcester JCC, 633 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA 01609
What: Worcester JCC Author Series: William Taubman. Lecture followed by book signing and dessert. Free and open to public.
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March 14 (Wednesday), 6pm: New York, NY

Where: The New School, The Auditorium, Alvin Johnson/ J.M. Kaplan Hall, 66 West 12th Street, New York.
What: National Book Critics Circle Award Finalists’ Reading. Co-sponsor: The New School Creative Writing Program. Free and open to public. Bill Taubman will be reading as a finalist in the Biography category.
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Also of note:: the National Book Critics Circle Awards will be announced on Thursday, March 15, 6pm at the same location. Entry is also free and open to the public. A ticketed reception will be held after the awards event; ticket information is here.

March 22 (Thursday): Durham, NC

Where: Duke University, Durham, NC
What: A talk by William Taubman
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More to look forward to:

(Details will come later)

April 16: Houston, TX. A talk sponsored by the Houston Seminar and Houston World Affairs Council.
April 18: Austin, TX. Speaking at the University of Texas at Austin.
April 19: Dallas, TX. Bill Taubman, speaking at the Dallas World Affairs Council jointly with Jeffrey Engel, author of When the World Seemed New: George H.W. Bush and the End of the Cold War.
May 19: New York, NY. Bill Taubman will participate on a panel at 2018 Biographers International Conference at the Levy Center at CUNY.
October 4: Portland, OR. Speaking at Portland State University.
Additional events in fall 2018: University of Washington; Portugal and Spain.