Speaking and Media Appearances
The paperback edition of Inside Syria, with a 5000-word update, is now available
NATIONAL BOOK TOUR
Sunday, Jan. 15, 11:40 am, at St. John’s Presbyterian Church, Fireside Room, 2727 College Avenue, Berkeley
Jan. 17, 2017 – 6:30 pm, Society for Democracy in Iran, Conference Room, Denny’s, 10700 Jefferson Blvd, Culver City (corner of Overland Ave.)
Jan 19, 2017 – 12:15-1:30, UCLA Law School, room 1447
Jan. 30, 1-2pm – Syria briefing for legislators and staff, Massachusetts State House, Boston (Open to the public)
Jan. 31 — 12:30 pm, Harvard University, Center for Middle East Studies, 38 Kirkland Street, Rm. 102, Cambridge, MA
Jan. 31 — 4-5:15 pm – Fenway Room, Emmanuel College, Boston. Sponsored by Political Science and International Studies Dept.
Jan 31 — 7 pm, Massachusetts Peace Action, Cambridge, First Church in Cambridge, 11 Garden St, Choir room. Cosponsored by Watertown Citizens for Peace, Justice and the Environment.
BROWN UNIVERSITY, PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND
Feb. 1 – 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m., Brown University, Watson Institute on Foreign and Public Affairs, Joukowsky Forum; book signing to follow.
AMHERST AND NORTHAMPTON, MASS.
Feb. 2 — 4:30 pm – Smith College, Amherst, Global Studies Center
Feb. 2 — 7:30 pm, UMass Amherst, Communication Department Hub, 3rd floor, Integrative Learning Center.
Feb. 3 — 6pm, American Friends Service Committee, Northampton Friends Meetinghouse, 43 Center St., Northampton, MA
Feb. 4 – 4:00 pm, Main Library, Stockbridge, MA
Feb. 6 – 7 pm, National Writers Union, 12th Floor, 256 W 38th Street, Manhattan, NY 10018; 212.254.0279
Feb. 8– 7-9 pm, Peace Action, Staten Island, NY, Unitarian Church of Staten Island, 312 Fillmore St.
Feb. 9, 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Nelson Mandela Auditorium, FedEx Global Education Center on University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill’s campus.
Feb. 10, 1 pm – Georgia State University, location to be announced
Feb. 12, 3-5 pm – Georgia Peace & Justice Coalition, Decatur Recreation Center, 321 Sycamore St., Decatur 30030.
Feb. 13 – speaking, sponsored by The Carter Center Syrian Conflict Resolution Center in conjunction with Emory University. Tickets available to members of the Carter Center and Emory University communities.