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).