There are few things better than autumn on a college campus. Leaves are turning, backpacks sharp and textbooks new, students eager, excited, and (mostly) keeping up with the reading. Along with teaching on my own beautiful campus, I'll be visiting a few more campuses--as well as other kinds of venues--this fall, talking about The Code. Here's a schedule of events.. Best of all, for most of them, you don't need a backpack or textbook (or even be a student) to register and attend. Click on the links for more event details. And if you want to hear me without ever having to get up from your couch, scroll down further to find more of my recent media appearances for the book.
The list already leaves me feeling jet-lagged, but excited to share the book with many more audiences and readers. Still to come in 2020: talks in Los Angeles, Chicago, Cleveland, Phoenix, and more. Watch this space.
Q&A with Margaret O'Mara: an hourlong chat on C-SPAN's favorite book program, in conversation with Susan Swain.
L'armée a joué un rôle central dans la Silicon Valley: interview on Silicon Valley's defense history in Les Echoes.
Why Silicon Valley Has Avoided Stagnation: my conversation with Richard Florida at CityLab on tech history, the Valley's entrepreneurial Galapagos, and why SF and Seattle's current woes aren't all tech's fault.
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