I have a couple of speaking events coming up! One is in the Bay Area at Stanford, and one is in Cincinnati at the FIG@20 conference — the 20th Anniversary Celebration of the Free Inquiry Group of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. FIG@20 promises to be an awesome time: the other speakers include PZ Myers, Jamila Bey, JT Eberhard, American Atheist president Dave Silverman, Darrel Rey, (the creator of the “Sex and Secularism” study), Tom Flynn, and Tim Madigan. Lunch and dinner on Saturday are included in the registration fee, which is very reasonable, and is ridiculously cheap for students.
I’ll be speaking at Stanford University on Wednesday, October 5, hosted by the Atheists, Humanists, and Agnostics at Stanford (AHA!). The FIG@20 conference in Cincinnati is on Saturday 10/16 and Sunday 10/17. For both events, my topic will be “Why Are You Atheists So Angry?” (What can I say. It’s a barn-burner.) Details are below. If you’re going to be in/near Palo Alto or Cincinnati, I hope to see you there!
EVENT/ HOSTS: Atheists, Humanists, and Agnostics at Stanford (AHA!)
DATE: Wednesday, October 5
TIME: 7:00 pm
LOCATION: Building 160, Room 124. (Also known as “Wallenberg Hall”, NE corner of the Main Quad.)
TOPIC: Why Are You Atheists So Angry?
SUMMARY: The atheist movement is often accused of being driven by anger. What are so many atheists so angry about? Is this anger legitimate? And can anger be an effective force behind a movement for social change?
EVENT/ HOSTS: FIG@20 conference — the 20th Anniversary Celebration of the Free Inquiry Group of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky
DATES: Saturday, October 16 – Sunday, October 17
DATE AND TIME OF MY TALK: Saturday, October 16, 11:00 am
LOCATION: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Cincinnati Airport
2826 Terminal Drive
Hebron, Kentucky, 41048
SUMMARY: See above
COST: $70.00; $25.00 for students; $50.00 for FIG members. Price includes Saturday and Sunday Pass and Lunch and Anniversary Dinner on Saturday.
NOTE: Child care for children ages 7-16 will be provided by Camp Quest, for $25.00 per child.