I spoke with FIRE's Nico Perrino on the So to Speak podcast about free speech on campus.
I was honored to give the keynote for the Student Network Conference of FIRE (the Foundation for Indvidual Rights in Education). You can watch it thorugh this link from the Heterodox Academy.
Northwestern University invited me to give its inaugural TEDxNorthwestern lecture, and the TED folks liked it so much, they promoted it to the main TED site. So far it's had almost a million views.
In April 2016, I was honored to give a plenary address to the Society for Sex Research and Therapy (SSTAR) at their annual meeting in Chicago, Illinois. My friend and colleague James Cantor recorded the talk so that I could share it. You can listen to it by clicking here.
When Galileo's Middle Finger came out in paperback, New Hampshire Public Radio had me on for their 10-Minute Writers' Workshop to talk about writing the book and about being a writer. We went where I didn't expect; it was a bit like psychotherapy.
In September 2015, I was honored to give the Constance Holden Memorial Address for Distinguished Science Journalism at the annual meeting of the International Society for Intelligence Research in New Mexico. I spoke to the group about how to protect yourself if you do research in politically dangerous areas.
Just after Galileo's Middle Finger came out, Chicago Tonight (WTTW) had me on to talk about the book. This was a live, nine-minute live interview with Eddie Arruza. He was a great interviewer--I didn't realize just how great until I watched it later.
I thought I’d take a moment and answer here the ten FAQs I get about being on Oprah.