Upcoming speaking engagements (Ilya Somin)

March 24

For readers who may be interested, here are my upcoming speaking engagements for the next few weeks.

March 25, Amherst College Political Science Department Amherst MA, 8-9:30 PM, Merrill Bldg., Rm. 220: “Democracy and Political Ignorance. ” This talk, and the others listed below, are based on my recent book with the same title.

March 27, noon, University of Minnesota Law School Federalist Society: “Democracy and Political Ignorance” (with commentary by University of Minnesota political scientist Paul Goren).

April 3, University of Arizona College of Law Federalist Society, 12-1:30: “Democracy and Political Ignorance” (with commentary by University of Arizona law school Dean Toni Massaro and Prof. Jane Bambauer).

April 4, Phoenix Federalist Society, Lawyers Division, 11:30 AM-1 PM: “Democracy and Political Ignorance”

April 8, Villanova Law School Federalist Society, noon: “Democracy and Political Ignorance”

April 12, James Wilson Institute Colloquium on the American Founding, 9-10:45 AM, Kirby Center (near Capitol Hill), Washington DC: “Democracy and Political Ignorance.” In this talk, I will likely include some discussion of the Founders’ views on political ignorance.

April 24, Stanford Law School Federalist Society, noon: “Democracy and Political Ignorance” (tentative time).

April 30, Austin Federalist Society (Lawyers Division), noon, Austin, TX: “Democracy and Political Ignorance” (tentative time).

Ilya Somin is Professor of Law at George Mason University. His research focuses on constitutional law, property law, and popular political participation. He is the author of "The Grasping Hand: Kelo v. City of New London and the Limits of Eminent Domain" (forthcoming) and "Democracy and Political Ignorance: Why Smaller Government is Smarter."
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