ONLINE, January 9 2020. “Being Both: Navigating Faith for Interfaith Families,” The VUU, Church of the Larger Fellowship, Unitarian Universalist Association.
Birmingham, England. Tuesday September 15th, 2:30pm ET. Keynote, Multiple Religious Belonging Conference. University of Birmingham, Woodbrooke Quaker Center. Register, ONLINE
Pasadena CA, Sunday October 4th, 3-6pm ET. The Leading Edge: Interfaith Multiracial Families. Keynote, The Guibord Center. Free, ONLINE
Weston MA, Thursday October 15th, “Interfaith Families as Bridge-Builders,” free, open to all, Weston Wayland Interfaith Action Group at the Weston Public Library, 87 School Street. Books available for sale and signing. POSTPONED until 2021
Easton MD, Sunday November 8th, 12:30-2:30pm. “Interfaith Families as Bridge-Builders,” free, open to all, Temple B’nai Israel, 7199 Tristan Drive. Books available for sale and signing. Free, ONLINE
Washington DC, Saturday December 14th, 2-5pm. Takoma Park Book Fair. Sale and signing of both books, hot cocoa and booktinis! Busboys & Poets, 235 Carroll St NW.
Washington DC, Sundays November 3rd and 17th, 1-5pm. Interfaith Couples Workshop with Reverend Julia Jarvis and Susan Katz Miller on the 3rd, Rev Julia with Rabbi Tamara Miller, and Father Michael Kelly on the 17th, Interfaith Families Project.
Chicago, Sunday November 10th, 9:45am, Book talk and signing, The Interfaith Family School, Francis Xavier Warde School (Old St. Pat’s), 120 S. Desplaines St.
Interfaith Couples Workshop, online Sept 3, 10, 17, 14, 7-8pm ET. All couples of any or all or no religions welcome. Details: https://www.reconstructingjudaism.org/networks/2019/immersion-interfaith-couples-workshop
Hot Springs NC, Friday July 12th, 9am, Book Talk and Complex Identities Story Slam, books for sale and signing, Wild Goose Festival
Spokane WA, June 20, 3-4pm, Room 100B, “Story Slam! Our Complex Identities with host Susan Katz Miller,” Unitarian Universalist General Assembly (UUGA) (books signing in the bookstore, Booth #116 Exhibit Hall A, 4:30-5pm, Conference registration required)
Washington DC, July 31, panelist, Reimagining Interfaith, George Washington University
Washington DC, September 21, radio appearance, Interfaith Voices
Ifrane, Morocco, October 18, speaker, “Parents and Children in Intentional Mixed-Religious Communities,” at academic conference on Identities and (Trans)Nationalism in Mixed Families, Al Akhawayn University
Toronto ON, November 4th, 3:15pm, speaker, #GenInterfaith: Claiming Complex Religious Labels, Parliament of World’s Religions
Denver CO, November 18, 5:30pm, panelist, Interreligious Aesthetics: From Dialogue to the Senses, American Academy of Religion, Convention Center 505
Silver Spring MD, November 28, 7pm, In conversation with Amber Khan of WAMU speaking at “An Inspired Story Slam: Many Beliefs, One Family,” Silver Spring Civic Building, Fenton Room
Washington DC, February 5, radio appearance, WOWD 94.3, Takoma Radio
New York NY, February 14, Union Theological Seminary, spoke to John Thatamanil’s “Double Belonging” class
Washington DC, March 1, radio appearance, WOWD 94.3, Takoma Radio
Washington DC, April 1, Wesley Theological Seminary, guest speaker in Peniel Jesudason Rufus Rajkumar’s class on Multiple Religious Belonging
Cambridge MA, 6:30-8pm, April 24, Harvard Divinity School, 102 Andover Hall, guest lecture, “Being Both: Interfaith Families and Multiple Religious Belonging”
Washington DC, February 7, DC Interfaith Leadership Summit, Howard University
Harrisburg PA, March 3, Generation Interfaith, Morrison Gallery, Library, Penn State Harrisburg
Highland Park IL, March 6, Lakeside Congregation for Reform Judaism
Brookville NY, March 20, Generation Interfaith: How Interfaith Families are Changing the Religious Landscape, Interfaith Community of Long Island, Brookville Multifaith Campus
Philadelphia PA, October 26, 9am-6pm, Interfaith Opportunity Summit 2016: Embracing the New Jewish Reality, National Museum of American Jewish History
Washington DC, March 3, Classroom visit, Gallaudet University.
New York NY, March 26 2015, Out of the Box: Our Sacred Complex Identities. Reflection during the chapel service in James Chapel, Union Theological Seminary.
New York NY, March 26 2015, Deeper than Dialogue: How Clergy Can Meet The Needs of Interfaith Families, free panel event at Union Theological Seminary, RSVP. Facebook event page. Watch the video (95 minutes).
New York NY, April 3, appearance on the Today Show
Silver Spring MD, June 22, Authors Among Us Luncheon, Association of Jewish Libraries annual conference
Portland OR, June 24, “Complex Religious Identities in the Interfaith Classroom,” keynote speaker, Professional Day workshop for Unitarian Universalist religious educators, LREDA, Doubletree by Hilton Portland
Portland OR, June 25, “Interfaith Families, Complex Identities, and Peacemaking in the 21st Century,” Sophia Fahs Lecture, Unitarian Univeralist Association General Assembly, Oregon Convention Center. Read the lecture in this eBook.
Claremont CA, July 16, President’s Committee on Interfaith Action
Washington DC, September 10-11. “Complex Families, Complex Faith Identities on Campus: Bringing Our Whole Selves,” Fifth Annual President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge National Gathering, Howard University. Registration required.
Silver Spring MD, October 4, Guest speaker, Unitarian Universalist Church of Silver Spring
Washington DC, November 4, Lunch and Learn, Temple Micah
Takoma Park MD, January 30, “Takoma Park: Birthplace of a Pioneering Interfaith Community.” Susan Katz Miller in conversation with the “Founding Mothers” of the Interfaith Families Project. Historic Takoma, 7328 Carroll Avenue.
Greenwich CT, March 13, “Interfaith Conversations: Being Both,” with wine and cheese reception. RSVP here, JCC Greenwich. Co-Sponsored by the Jewish Book Council and Jewish Family Services of Greenwich.
San Jose CA, March 19, “Two Religions, One Family, A Million Questions,” A panel discussion with Rabbi Michal Woll and Jon M. Sweeney, authors of Mixed-Up Love. At Temple Emanu-El. Register and purchase tickets here: Addison-Penzak JCC, Silicon Valley. Co-sponsored by the Jewish Book Council, InterfaithFamily.com, and Temple Emanu-El.
Corte Madera CA, March 20, Book Passage (Marin County), with wine and cheese reception.
Claremont, CA, March 23-25. Clinical Pastoral Care classroom presentation and discussion, Claremont School of Theology.
Washington DC, April 3, dinner provided, RSVP required. “Interfaith Marriage in America: Transorming Religion and Families,” in conversation with Georgetown’s Erika Seamon, Berkeley Center, Georgetown University. Watch the video (95 minutes).
Charlottesville VA, April 9, “Flash Seminar” on Interfaith Identity, at the University of Virginia. Co-Sponsored by the Brody Jewish Center, the Jewish Studies Department, the Wesley Foundation, and the Muslim Student Association.
Chicago, October 24, Kol Hadash Humanistic Jewish Congregation, North Shore Unitarian Church
Chicago, October 26, The Family School, Old St. Pat’s
Chicago, October 27, meeting with invited Chicago rabbis, Northbrook JCC
Washington DC, November 15, Book Signing (no talk) with many authors at Takoma Park Book Fair, Trohv
New York, NY, October 30, Barnes & Noble (82nd & Broadway)
Baltimore MD, November 23, signing books at the Beacon Press booth, exhibition hall, AAR (American Academy of Religion) annual meeting, Convention Center
Honesdale PA, November 29, signing books at the Wayne County Library
Takoma Park, MD, December 7, Signed books available at the Takoma Park Authors Book Sale