Speaking at Columbia University

Last month, I announced that I’ve officially joined the speakers’ bureau of the Secular Student Alliance. This month, I’m very proud to announce that I’ve wrangled my first speaking invitation – and in my home city and at my alma mater, no less. If you live in New York City, come out and see me make my debut!

Secular Columbia

LOCATION: New York City, NY, Columbia University, Alfred J. Lerner Hall (street entrance near Broadway & 115th Street), Room 503
DATE: April 28, 2011, 6:00 PM
TOPIC: Separation of Church and State: A Very Short Overview
SPONSOR: Secular Columbia
DURATION: 20-30 minutes, with Q&A afterwards
COST: Free

Columbia students and non-students are both welcome to attend. However, if you’re not a Columbia student, please comment here or e-mail me so I know in advance that you’re coming. Non-students will have to be signed into the building, and we need to know how many attendees to expect so we can make sure no one gets left outside. Hope to see you there!

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About Adam Lee

Adam Lee is an atheist writer and speaker living in New York City. His new novel, City of Light, is available in paperback and e-book. Read his full bio, or follow him on Twitter.

  • http://www.freethoughtbooks.org Jerryd

    Any chance you could video the talk and post it on YouTube? No way to make it to NYC, but I’d love to see your speech.

  • http://www.daylightatheism.org Ebonmuse

    Video should be feasible. I’ll see if I can arrange it.

  • Gino

    I’ll be in attendance. I have a friend at Columbia though, so he might sign me in if he’s available.

  • http://stevebowen58.blogspot.com Steve Bowen

    Bit of a trek from Blighty, even to hear you speak :) Video would be cool if at all possible. Either way congratulations and good luck for your first engagement.

  • karen

    Congratulations – you’ll be wonderful! Love to see the video.

  • Hailey

    Congratulations! Unfortunately, Michigan is a bit of a distance away otherwise I would love to attend. I’ll instead wait for a video!