For readers who may be interested, here is an updated list of upcoming talks I will be giving about my book Democracy and Political Ignorance: Why Smaller Government is Smarter. In most cases, these events will last about 60 to 90 minutes and are open to the public unless otherwise noted. I will announce additional details about some of these later, and there will probably be a few additional talks that I haven’t scheduled yet:
October 22, noon-1:30: Georgetown University Law Center, McDonough Hall, Room 203, 600 New Jersey Ave., N.W., co-sponsored by the Georgetown Center for the Constitution, the Georgetown Federalist Society, and the Federalist Society Faculty Division (with commentary by economist Bryan Caplan, author of The Myth of the Rational Voter, and Georgetown law professor Louis Michael Seidman).
October 24, Noon-1:30: Florida State University College of Law, Faculty Enrichment seminar (this one is for FSU faculty).
October 29, Noon: Yale Law School Federalist Society (with commentary by Yale Law School Professor Heather Gerken).
October 30, Noon: UCLA Law School, Federalist Society
October 31, Noon: Pepperdine Law School, Federalist Society
November 1, Noon: Los Angeles Federalist Society, Lawyers Division Chapter
November 5 (Time TBA): Duke Law School, Federalist Society (with commentary by Duke Prof. Jonathan Anomaly)
November 6, Noon: Cato Institute, Washington DC, with commentary by John Sides (George Washington University) and John Samples (Cato Institute)
November 18, Noon: University of Virginia School of Law, Legal Theory Workshop (this one is primarily for UVA faculty).
November 26 (Time TBA): Institute of Economic Affairs, London
November 28 (Time TBA): King’s College, London
December 5 (Time TBA): University of Dayton Economics Department, Dayton OH
January 9, 4:30-6 PM: McGill University, Montreal, Canada, Research Group on Constitutional Studies
January 27 (Time TBA): University of Chicago Federalist Society
January 28 (Time TBA): University of Illinois Law School (Urbana), Federalist Society
January 31, 11-12:30 AM: University of Texas School of Law, Austin Texas, Conference on “Is Democracy Desirable?” (with commentary by Yale Law School Professors Jack Balkin and Heather Gerken)
February 6 (Time TBA): University of Minnesota Law School Federalist Society
February 13 (Time TBA): Indiana University School of Law (Bloomington), Federalist Society
February 27 (Time TBA): South Texas College of Law and University of Houston (Houston).
March 20 (Time TBA): Austin State University (Texas).