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I have spoken at Google in San Francisco, the Edinburgh International Book Festival and at dozens of literary festivals, science events, conferences and schools across Europe, the US and Asia. 

I also commentate on issues surrounding science, politics, feminism and religion. I've appeared as a guest on Radio 4's TodayStart the Week, A Good Read, Front Row, and I write comment and features for New Humanist and the Guardian. I have been on the editorial board of the journal Feminist Dissent since 2016.

For those who want to better understand how the media works, I have given training and lectures at Imperial College London, City University, The Royal Literary Fund and Guardian Masterclasses.

Where To Find Me Next

24th-26th November 2017
Being a Man Festival: A festival at the Southbank Centre in London, exploring the challenges and pressures of masculine identity today. Details to come.

21st November 2017
Imperial College London: A lunchtime talk about the new book, Inferior: How Science Got Women Wrong, for students and staff. Details to come.

14th November 2017
From Research to Frontpage, Norway: A morning seminar on what makes a good science story at the Research Council at Lysaker in Oslo. Details (in Norwegian) available here.

9th November 2017
Putney High School: A talk for students and staff, with a free signed copy for the best question. Please contact the school directly for more information.

15th October 2017
Ilkley Literature Festival: Speaking at 4pm, at the largest and oldest literature festival in the north of England. Tickets will be available on the website closer to the date.

11th October 2017
King's College London: Part of a programme of talks and events between 2pm and 4pm, to mark Ada Lovelace Day. Details will be available here soon.

27th September 2017
FT Women at the Top Summit: Speaking at this all-day conference, which aims to tackle gender imbalance in the top ranks of UK business.

6th/7th September 2017
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution Symposium: A conference at Imperial College London's Silwood Park Campus in Ascot. Details and how to register available on the website.

16th August 2017
Edinburgh International Book Festival: Discussing Inferior with Mark O'Connell in the Garden Theatre at 12.30pm. Tickets are available now on the festival website.

15th August 2017
Edinburgh Book Fringe: A discussion of how science got women wrong with novelist Pippa Goldschmidt. This event is absolutely free and starts at 1pm at the Lighthouse Bookshop on West Nicolson Street. There will be an opportunity to buy copies of Inferior and have them signed.

2nd August 2017
Oxford Skeptics in the Pub: Explaining how science got women wrong, at St Aldates Tavern in Oxford at 7.30pm. Copies of Inferior will be available to buy, and I will sign them for you.

20th July 2017
Guardian Live, Smashing the Glass Ceiling: A panel discussion about the barriers women still face at work, chaired by Guardian reporter Alexandra Topping. Tickets are £15 and available through the Guardian website.
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