LIT­ER­ARY CAL­EN­DAR

FEB. 4 — FEB. 9

The Washington Post Sunday - - BOOK WORLD -

4 MON­DAY | 7 P.M. David Niren­berg, a pro­fes­sor of me­dieval his­tory and so­cial thought at the Univer­sity of Chicago, will dis­cuss his book “Anti-Ju­daism: The West­ern Tra­di­tion” at Pol­i­tics and Prose, 5015 Con­necti­cut Ave. NW. 202-364-1919.

7 P.M. Raima Larter, an Ar­ling­ton-based writer, will dis­cuss her short-story col­lec­tion “The Gate of Heaven and Other Story Worlds” at One More Page Books, 2200 N. West­more­land St., #101, Ar­ling­ton. 703-300-9746.

5 TUES­DAY | Noon. Anat Berko, a coun­tert­er­ror­ism ex­pert, will dis­cuss her book “The Smarter Bomb: Women and Chil­dren as Sui­cide Bombers” at the Li­brary of Congress, Madi­son Build­ing, Mary Pick­ford The­ater, 101 In­de­pen­dence Ave. SE. 202-707-5677.

7 P.M. Robert Bettmann, man­ag­ing ed­i­tor of Bour­geon, a District-based arts mag­a­zine, will dis­cuss the an­thol­ogy “Bour­geon: Fifty Artists Write About Their Work” at the Arts Club of Washington, 2017 I St. NW. 202-331-7282.

6 WED­NES­DAY | Noon. Heather An­drea Wil­liams, a his­to­rian, will dis­cuss her book “Help Me to Find My Peo­ple: The African Amer­i­can Search for Fam­ily Lost in Slav­ery” at the Na­tional Ar­chives, Wil­liam G. Mc­Gowan The­ater, Con­sti­tu­tion Av­enue and Sev­enth Street NW. 202-357-5000.

6:45-8:45 P.M. Craig Sy­monds, au­thor of “Lin­coln and his Admirals,” will dis­cuss the naval his­tory of the Civil War at the S. Dil­lon Ri­p­ley Cen­ter, 1100 Jef­fer­son Dr. SW. 202-633-1000.

7 P.M. Danielle Navidi will dis­cuss her book “Hap­pily Hun­gry — Smart Recipes for Kids With Can­cer” at Ten­leyFriend­ship Li­brary, 4450 Wis­con­sin Ave. NW. 202-727-1488.

7 P.M. Scott Wal­lace, a long­time for­eign cor­re­spon­dent for CBS, Newsweek and the Guardian, will dis­cuss his book “The Un­con­quered: In Search of the Ama­zon’s Last Un­con­tacted Tribes” at One More Page Books.

7 P.M. Su­san Cain will dis­cuss her book “Quiet: The Power of In­tro­verts in a World That Can’t Stop Talk­ing” at Sixth & I His­toric Syn­a­gogue, 600 I St. NW. 202-408-3100. $12.

7 THURS­DAY | 6:45-8:45 P.M. Louisa Woodville, an art his­tory in­struc­tor at Ge­orge Ma­son Univer­sity, will dis­cuss the lit­er­a­ture and art of faith, in­clud­ing Jewish and Chris­tian texts, po­ems, chants, myths and gospels, at the S. Dil­lon Ri­p­ley Cen­ter. $42.

7 P.M. Bob O’Connor will dis­cuss his book “The U.S. Col­ored Troops at Andersonville Prison,” about sol­diers who en­dured the South’s most bru­tal pris­oner of war camp dur­ing the Civil War, at Ar­ling­ton Cen­tral Li­brary, 1015 N. Quincy St., Ar­ling­ton. 703-228-5990.

7 P.M. Daniel Her­nan­dez, the then-20year-old in­tern for former U.S. rep­re­sen­ta­tive Gabrielle Gif­fords who was present when she was shot at a Tuc­son shop­ping cen­ter, will dis­cuss his book “They Call Me a Hero: A Mem­oir of My Youth” at Sil­ver Spring Li­brary, 8901 Colesville Rd., Sil­ver Spring. 240-773-9420.

7 P.M. Michelle Rhee, a former D.C. schools chan­cel­lor, will dis­cuss her book “Rad­i­cal: Fight­ing to Put Stu­dents First” at Sixth & I His­toric Syn­a­gogue. $12 or two free tick­ets with a pur­chase of the book at the syn­a­gogue.

7 P.M. W. Pa­trick McCray, a sci­ence his­to­rian, will dis­cuss his book “The Visioneers: How a Group of Elite Sci­en­tists Pur­sued Space Colonies, Nan­otech­nolo­gies, and a Lim­it­less Fu­ture” at Pol­i­tics and Prose.

8 FRI­DAY | 7 P.M. El­liott Abrams, a former Ge­orge W. Bush ad­min­is­tra­tion ad­viser, will dis­cuss his book “Tested by Zion: The Bush Ad­min­is­tra­tion and the Is­raeli-Pales­tinian Con­flict” at Pol­i­tics and Prose.

9 SATUR­DAY | 6 P.M. Sara Horowitz, founder of the Free­lancers Union, will dis­cuss her book “The Free­lancer’s Bi­ble: Ev­ery­thing You Need to Know to Have the Ca­reer of Your Dreams on Your Terms” at Pol­i­tics and Prose. For more lit­er­ary events, go to wash­ing­ton­post.com/gog/ and search “book event.”

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