Book Talks

April 19, 2012 Dr. Xiao-lei Wang will give a talk on her new book, Learning to Read and Write in the Multilingual Family, at Mortola Library, Pace University, Pleasantville.

April 13, 2011  Dr. Robert  Isaak,the Henry George Professor of lnternational Management at Pace University, gave a talk on his new book, Brave New World Economy, at the Mortola Library.

December 2, 2009  Professor Joan Katen gave a talk and signed her new book, Love at the Edge, in the Mortola Library.

April 22nd, 2009  Dr. Xiao-lei Wang, professor of the School of Education of  Pace University, will give a talk on her new book, Growing up With Three Languages: Birth to Eleven, at Mortola Library.

November 18, 2008 Dr. Deborah M. Poe gave a talk, read her poems, and signed her new book, Our Parenthetical Ontology at Mortola Library.

October 28, 2008, author, Joe DeSantis, gave a talk and book signing on his book, Blue Dawn Over Gettysburg (edited by Karen DeSantis). All net proceeds from the book sale will be shared by the Civil War Preservation Trust and the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism. 

March 31, 2008  Dr. Christopher Malone will give a talk on his new book, Between Freedom and Bondage: Race, Party, and Voting Rights in the Antebellum North.

November 14, 2007 Author Judith Lederman gave a book talk on her book Joining the Thin Club: Toning Your Mind after You've Trimmed Your Body.

March 12, 2007: Author Judith Lederman, the mother of a bipolar child and editor-in-chief of The WAG, gave a talk on her book, The Ups and Downs of Raising a Bipolar Child: A Survival Guide for Parents.

November 29, 2006: Author Barbara Marolla Roberts of Pace University gave a book talk and book signing on her book, The Vineyard on Mulberry Street.

September 25-29, 2006:Pace Faculty Authors Book Signing The Pace Faculty Authors Collection is housed at the Mortola Library on Pleasantville campus.  The Mortola Library hosted Pace’s first Faculty Authors book signing from Sept. 25-29 at the Library to enable the authors to autograph their works