Ward Churchill will speak about and sign the new editions of his classic works, Pacifism as Pathology: Reflections on the Role of Armed Struggle in North America, Third Edition, and Wielding Words Like Weapons: Selected Essays in Indigenism, 1995–2005, on Sunday, April 30th at *5:00pm*.
About Pacifism As Pathology:
Pacifism as Pathology was prompted by activist Ward Churchill's frustration with the pacifist tactics of the American left. This book challenges the pacifist movement’s victories, suggesting that their success was in spite of, not because of, their nonviolent tactics. Originally written during the mid-1980s, these essays are being released in a fresh edition.
About Wielding Words Like Weapons:
Wielding Words Like Weapons is a collection of activist Ward Churchill's essays, selected from material written between 1995 and 2005. These essays, some previously unpublished, reflect the broad range of topics addressed in Churchill's scholarship, from the fallacies of archeological/anthropological orthodoxy to the historical and ongoing genocide of North America's native peoples.
Vouchers to attend are $5 and are good for $5 off the author’s featured book or a purchase the day of the event. Vouchers can be purchased now at the store, over the phone, or at the door. Readers Guild Members can reserve seats for any in-store event.