Steven Pinker

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Department of Psychology
Harvard University




Public Lectures

Steven Pinker is represented by the David Lavin Agency, Ltd.

Jan 10, 2011: The human mind and the evolution of language. The British Library, London, 6:30.
Feb 25, 2011: Language as a window into human nature. The Connecticut Forum, Hartford, 8PM.
March 4: The stuff of thought. Olin Lecture, Cornell University, 7PM.
March 19: A history of violence. University of Missouri, Columbia, 7PM.
March 28: The creative mind (dialogue with Rebecca Goldstein). Mt. Allison University, Sackville, New Brunswick, 6:30.
April 12: Panel on Science and Democracy with David Brooks. Program on Science, Technology, and Society, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Gund Hall, 5-7.
April 29: The decline of violence. Big Ideas for Busy People, Cambridge Science Festival, The Laboratory at Harvard, 7:30-9:30.
May 3: Introductiion, panel with Noam Chomsky, Marvin Minsky, Patrick Winston, Susan Carey, Emilio Bizzi, and Sidney Brenner. Brains, Minds, and Machines Symposium, MIT + 150, Stata Center, MIT, 5-7.

Streaming video of "The Stuff of Thought: Language as a Window into Human Nature"
Streaming video of "The Cognitive Revolution at Fifty Plus or Minus One: A Conversation with Jerome Bruner, Susan Carey, Noam Chomsky, and George Miller, introduced by Steven Pinker" Click here for the graphics, captions, and inauguration photos  of an exhibit in William James Hall at Harvard on the cognitive revolution.