Chicago Socialism: The People's History - Reading Signing & Q&A

Thursday, Sep 26, 2019 7:00 PM

Uncharted Books
5140 N Clark

A reading, signing, and Q&A with Joesph Rulli, author of "Chicago Socialism: The People's History," a grassroots history of socialists in the Windy City, focusing on its not-so-famous residents ("blood-born and adopted") who were on the left end of the political spectrum from the 1870's up to the present time.

$5 Cover! Bevs will be provided!

Joseph Anthony Rulli is a transplanted Hoosier, living in Chicago since the fall of 2006. A 1987 graduate of the University of Notre Dame (BA, History) and a 1992 graduate of St. Meinrad School of Theology (MDiv) he taught Social Studies, Religion, Philosophy and History at the high school level. He began writing as a career upon his arrival to his second city and has had two short stories published, a stage play performed, an electronic tour book published online and The Chicago Haymarket Affair (History Press/Arcadia Publishing, 2016) his first print book, followed by Chicago Socialism: The People’s History (History Press/Arcadia Publishing, 2019).