Autumn yammerings: Where I'll be talking this fall

By Carl Zimmer | September 12, 2011 4:35 pm

After a fairly quiet summer, I’m going to be giving some talks this fall, starting around my neighborhood and then radiating outwards. Here’s a preliminary list of public events. I may be adding extra ones as the launch of Science Ink approaches. You can find the most up-to-date information on my talks page.

September 15, 2011
Guilford CT
Guilford Free Library
“A Planet of Viruses”

September 19, 2011
New Haven CT
St. Anthony Hall
“A Planet of Viruses”

September 20, 2011
New York, NY
Science Online New York
(We’ll be talking about making ebooks about science–it’s free but only 9 tickets are left)

September 26, 2011
New Haven CT
Morse College Master’s Tea, Yale College, 4 pm
“Confronting Contagion: Myth and Reality”

September 27, 2011
Brooklyn, NY
Story Collider

October 14, 2011
Louisville, KY
University of Louisville
“Crossing the Divide: On the Adventure of Getting Science Across to the Public”
Brochure (pdf)

October 20, 2011
New York City
New York Academy of Sciences, 7 pm
“Celluloid Science: Humanizing Life in the Lab”

November 2-4, 2011
San Francisco
Bay Area Science Festival

November 15, 2011
New Haven, CT
O.C. Marsh Fellows Program
Peabody Museum of Natural History

December 12, 2011
Brookline, MA
Coolidge Theater
“Science on Screen”
(This series pairs speakers with science-themed movies. I’ll be talking about viruses for a screening of 12 Monkeys.)

April 28, 2012
Washington DC
USA Science and Engineering Festival


Comments (2)

  1. Brookline in December. Will you be at the Booksmith across the street, too?


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