Speaking on American Nations and Nationhood Lab; Newport, R.I. June 14 (private)Salve Regina University Newport, RI, United States
I'll be speaking to board members and other stakeholders from The Forum for Education Abroad -- which sets standards for international education exchange programs -- during their meeting at Salve Regina University June 13th. It's an invite-only event where I'll be discussing the implications of American Nations and the work of Nationhood Lab.
Speaking on work of Nationhood Lab; St. Louis, Missouri; June 20 (private)Four Seasons, St. Louis, MO 999 N 2nd St, St. Louis, MO, United States
I'll be speaking about Nationhood Lab and key aspects of the struggle for U.S. democracy at the Funders Summit on Resilient and Enduring Democracy in St. Louis June 20. The event is hosted by 10 leading pro-democracy donor networks and intended as a first-of-its-kind opportunity for donors across the democracy field to discuss near-term priorities... Read more »
Speaking on the American Nations and the geography of gun violence (virtual), July 11
I'll be speaking on the geography of U.S. gun violence, American Nations, and the work of Nationhood Lab at the Napa-based Saint Helena Virtual Forum, which records July 11th. I'll be interviewed by David Freed, author, screenwriter and Pulitzer prize winning Los Angeles Times journalist.
Speaking on American Nations, Boothbay Harbor, Maine; Aug. 22 (Private)Boothbay Harbor Yacht Club Boothbay Harbor, ME, United States
On August 22nd I’ll be giving a talk on North America regionalism and how it's shaped our past, present, and future -- this the topic of my book, American Nations: A History of the Eleven Rival Regional Cultures of North America -- at the Boothbay Harbor Yacht Club in Boothbay Harbor, Maine. It’s a member’s only event, so... Read more »
Speaking on Union and the fraught effort to create a U.S. national story; Columbia, S.C., Oct. 26University of South Carolina Columbia, SC, United States
I'll be speaking about Union and the fraught effort to create a U.S. national story -- from scratch -- starting in the 1830s at the University of South Carolina's Humanities Collaborative in Columbia, S.C. the evening of Oct. 26. More details to follow.