Here for your diaries are my main speaking engagements over the next few weeks.
On Sunday October 14 I shall be taking part in two sessions at the Battle of Ideas conference at the Barbican centre in London. The first, at 1030, is a discussion on “Understanding Antisemitism Today” with Richard Angell, Stephen Law, Brendan O’Neill and Julian Petley. You can read about it here.
The second, at 1200, is a discussion on “How Free is the Media?” with Mick Hume, Elizabeth Pears, Emily Sheffield and Andrew Wilson. you can read about that here.
I shall also be signing my most recent books at this event.
For tickets and other general information about the conference, please click here.
On Sunday October 28, I shall be speaking at the Jewish Leadership Conference in New York on “Jews and Conservatism”. I shall be in conversation at 1130 with the founding editor of Standpoint magazine, Daniel Johnson, on “Jews, Muslims and the Crisis of Europe”.
You can read more about the conference here.
On Sunday November 11 I shall be speaking at a CAMERA “champagne brunch” in Los Angeles on “Time to Leave? Jews in Britain and Europe”. Contact Tracey Miller by November 5: Tracey@CAMERA.org or at +1 617 377 6898 for further information and to reserve a seat.
My schedule may allow time to fit in further engagements on November 13 and 14. If your organisation would like to explore this possibility, please contact me at email@example.com.
On November 15-17 I shall be in Palm Beach, Florida attending the David Horowitz Centre’s Renaissance weekend where I shall be speaking.
On Sunday November 18, I shall be speaking in Florida at two further events.
The first, for the Gross Family Centre for the Study of Antisemitism and the Holocaust, will be at the Mandel JCC, Palm Beach at 1100 on the topic “Time to Leave? Jews in Britain and Europe”. For further details, click here.
That afternoon at 1400, I am due to give another talk to the Florida Society for Middle East Studies in Boca Raton on “A World in Turmoil: Britain, Europe and the Middle East”. For details, please contact fsmes.org.