American Nations at Iowa State University in Ames on October 6th.
The talk -- at 8 pm in the Great Hall of the Memorial Union -- is part of the university's National Affairs Series: When Values Are In Conflict, with co-sponsorship from ISU's Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication (which, I was surprised to learn, is not named for Portland Press Herald managing editor Steve Greenlee.) It's free and open to the public. Details are here.
Can't make it? Don't despair: C-SPAN is taping the talk for future broadcast. [Update, 1/6/16: C-SPAN has broadcast the talk several times and has it available for viewing at their website.]
I was last in Iowa a year ago, speaking at Simpson College. Iowa Public Radio did this interview with me.
[Update, 10/16/15: Thanks to all who came; enjoyed the event. Here's the campus paper's coverage.]
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