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Speaking on the U.S. democratic crisis in Newport, Rhode Island, July 17

Rhode Islanders: I’ll be speaking about the work Nationhood Lab is doing to help prevent a collapse of our democracy and federation — and the need for a revitalized national… Read more »

Speaking on the crisis in U.S. democracy, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Sept. 17

I’ll be delivering the annual Constitution Day address at Gettysburg College’s Eisenhower Institute in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania Sept. 17. More details to follow.

Book signing in Freeport, Maine, June 29

My book about the history and identity of coastal Maine, The Lobster Coast, turns twenty this summer and to celebrate Viking has released a new edition (same ISBN!) with a… Read more »

Book signing in Portland, Maine, June 29

My book about the history and identity of coastal Maine, The Lobster Coast, turns twenty this summer and to celebrate Viking has released a new edition (same ISBN!) with a… Read more »

Speaking on the U.S. democratic crisis in Brunswick, Maine, June 5

For the home county crowd: I’ll be speaking on the crisis facing U.S. democracy, how we got here, why we’re vulnerable and what we can do about it, at the… Read more »

Speaking on Maine’s identity and Lobster Coast at 20, Wells, Maine, August 13

The Lobster Coast, my book on coastal Maine’s history and identity, turns twenty at the end of this summer. To mark the occasion — and update the narrative — Viking… Read more »

Discussing Union and the contested U.S. national story, Summer Institute of Politics, Newport, R.I. July 17

I’ll be discussing Union and the struggle over the U.S. national story with participants of the Salve Regina University-Pell Center’s annual Summer Institute of Politics in Newport, R.I, the morning… Read more »

Speaking on rebooting of the US civic national narrative, Newport, R.I., July 17

I’ll be speaking on the results of Nationhood Lab’s ongoing work to develop a rebooted civic national narrative for the United States — and the reasons why that is so… Read more »

Discussing U.S. reliability for European security with OPEWI, April 22 (Virtual)

OPEWI, the Brussels-based security think tank, is hosting a virtual panel discussion April 22 on the uncertainties over the reliability of the U.S. commitment to NATO and European security in… Read more »

Speaking on the U.S. media and the authoritarian threat, Waterville, Maine, April 23

I will be giving a talk entitled “Election 2024: Is the U.S. media up to the task of covering domestic authoritarianism?” at Colby College’s Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs on… Read more »