David Guston, co-editor of Frankenstein will be speaking at the Benjamin Franklin House on April 9th at 6.30pm
Bruno Verdini Trejo will speak about Winning Together at the MIT Energy initiative
Janet Borgerson and Jonathan Schroeder, authors of Designed for Hi-Fi Living, will be speaking at Blackwell’s in Oxford from 7:00-10:00pm.
Brent Ryan, author of The Largest Art, will be in conversation with Rahul Mehrotra and Alex Krieger from Harvard University at the MIT Press Bookstore at 6:00pm.
Mitchell Merback will speak about Perfection’s Therapy at Deutsches Haus at NYU in New York City.
Stephanie Fine Sasse and Lucky Tran will discuss Science Not Silence at the MIT Press Bookstore in conjunction with the Cambridge Science Festival.
Jackie Wang will discuss Carceral Capitalism at the MIT Press Bookstore in conversation with Malcolm Harris (Kids These Days, Little Brown).
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala will be speaking about Fighting Corruption is Dangerous at Politics and Prose at the Wharf from 7:00-8:00pm.
Meredith Broussard, author of Artificial Unintelligence, will be speaking at the MIT Press Bookstore at 6:00pm.
Adrian Currie, author of Rock, Bone and Ruin will be speaking at a launch event at the Whipple Museum in Cambridge, UK.
Stefanie Hessler, editor of Tidalectics, will be speaking about the book at the Venice Architecture Biennale.
Christopher Preston, author of Synthetic Age will be speaking at the Hay Festival at 10am.
Wade Roush, Elizabeth Bear, and Ken Liu will be speaking about Twelve Tomorrows at the MIT Press Bookstore at 6:00pm.
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Clifford V. Johnson, author of The Dialogues will be speaking at multiple events over Cheltenham Science Festival.
Nathan Kravis, author of On the Couch will be speaking at the Freud Museum London from 7:00-8:30pm.
Stephanie Sasse will be at Powell’s City of Books at 7:30 PM to speak about Science Not Silence.