Panel discussion: humanities and civic comms — Orono, Maine

St. John Auditorium (Room 165), Barrows Hall University of Maine, Orono, ME

"Speaking to Citizens, Connecting with Audiences"    How might politicians, pundits, journalists, scholars, and other social and cultural leaders best connect with the audiences they need to address?  As part of its 2021-2022 Annual Symposium, the McGillicuddy Humanities Center is pleased to sponsor a panel exploring this question and the issues it raises.  Bringing together... Read more »

Panel on paths to careers in Journalism, Tufts University, Mar. 2 (private)

Tufts University Medford, MA

I'll be joining fellow alumni of the Tufts Daily for a webinar panel on paths to careers in journalism on Tuesday, March 2, at 7pm. It's open to members of the Tufts Daily alumni group. Looking forward to seeing some old faces, decades later, including Jonathan Larsen (Managing editor at The Young Turks) and producer Denise... Read more »

Discussing Russia’s invasion of Ukraine (virtual), Mar. 8

Portland Press Herald (virtual) Portland, ME

I'll be leading a webinar discussion on Russia's ongoing invasion of Ukraine on March 8 at 7pm with two area experts: Laura Henry of Bowdoin College and Bates College's Jim Richter. It's part of the Portland Press Herald's Newsroom Live series, so it's free for the paper's subscribers. (And worth the price of subscription for... Read more »

Presenting at Cornell IOP’s State of Democracy summit in NYC, May 24,

Cornell Club of New York City New York, NY

I'll be presenting on the work we'll be doing at Nationhood Lab, the project I'm founding at the Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy, at a "State of Democracy" summit being held I'm New York City May 24 by the Cornell University Institute of Politics and Global Affairs. Headliners include Reps. Adam Schiff... Read more »

Speaking at the State of the Unions conference; Brussels, Belgium, Nov. 16

Foundation for European Progressive Studies Brussels

I'll be joining a panel of U.S. and European experts discussing the implications of the U.S. midterm elections on international relations and Transatlantic diplomacy in Brussels, Belgium on November 16. The event, co-hosted by the German Marshall Fund of the United States and the Brussels-based think tank the Foundation for European Progressive Studies, is part... Read more »