One of the talks that I’ve given in a number of venues to differing types of audiences, and in varied formats, is “The Ethics of Anger”. I was invited recently to deliver a version for a general, popular audience at the Shorewood Public Library. Excellent participants (as was also the case with the talk on Mary Wollstonecraft I gave there last March) with some great questions, and some engaging discussion both during and after the talk! Here’s the video if you’d like to watch and listen to this version of the talk.
This is one of the talks that I’m prepared to go practically anywhere and give to anyone – from a 30 minute (or even shorter) talk to a 4 hour version or any length in between. Lecture, facilitated discussion, workshop – I can provide it in whatever format one likes. If you’re interested in inviting me to talk to your organization, institition, community, or company, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll get the conversation going!