The New York Times has a series of panel discussions called TimesTalks. On the EPE site there was an announcement for an Elvis panel discussion with some well known experts in the March 18th edition which has as title: "Young Elvis": The Man Behind The Movement. Here are the details:
The sexy, side-burned singer blazed through the 1950s, leaving his mark on popular culture. Hear about his lasting legacy from some of today's leading experts on his life and times. The panelists are Camille Paglia, cultural critic and author; Peter Guralnick, author of Careless Love and Last Train to Memphis; and William P.Kelly, provost and professor of English, The Graduate Center. The moderator is Michael Anderson, senior editor at the New York Times Book Review. The tickets are $20 ($15 for TimesCard members and AARP), to order tickets, call: 1-888-NYT-1870. Please note that the TimesTalks events are available first-come, first-served, there are no refunds and there's a $3 per ticket handling fee for credit card charges.
Monday, March 18
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
The Graduate Center, CUNY
365 5th Avenue (at 34th Street)
New York, NY