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January 12th, 2012

My upcoming speaking schedule

Charlotte NC, January 27-29

Sat Jan 28: Kennedy Lecture, St. Peter Church, 9:00 am “Astronomy and the Search for God” 

Regina Saskatchewan, Feb 1-3

Thur Feb 2: Nash Lecture, Campion College, U of Regina, Chapel 2nd floor, 7:30 pm “The New Physics and the Old Metaphysics”

Fri Feb 3: College Seminar, Campion College, U of Regina, Riffel Auditorium, 3:30 pm, “Faith and the Cosmos”

Merced CA, February 6-8

Tues Feb 7, UC Merced, evening: “Creation Stories: Religion, Science, and the Art of Storytelling"

Thur Feb 9: Folsom Lake Community College; 5:00 pm "Discarded Worlds: Astronomical ideas that were almost correct..."

Chicago, February 10-16

Feb 10-12: Capricon SF Convention

Mon Feb 13: De Paul University: “Galileo in his Time” (public?)

Feb 14-17: In residence, Benedictine College (public talks?)

Boston, February 17-19

Feb 18- 19:  Boskone SF Convention

Los Angeles, February 22-24

Thur Feb 23: VOF Seminar, time and topic TBD

Vancouver, February 25-28

Sat Feb 25: Carr Lecture, H.R. MacMillan Space Center (Planetarium), 7:30 pm, “Pluto and the Vatican”

Mon Feb 27: Gown Lecture, U. British Columbia, Hebb Theatre, 7:00 pm, “Discarded Worlds”

Denver, Feb. 29-March 3

Thur. March 1: Regis University, 7:00 pm, “Astronomy, God, and the Search for Elegance”

Sat March 3: Living the Catholic Faith Conference: Keynote address, “Logos Becomes Flesh”, 9:30 am; workshop, “Why the Pope Has an Astronomer,” 3 pm; Colorado Convention Center

There may be other talks added. The talks are all open to the public, but there may be an admission fee (or membership to the convention) required.

Note that in no case have I been asked to talk about the physical properties of meteorites, which is in fact the only topic about which I have any particular qualification or expertise.



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