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Tuesday, September 19, 7pm: New York, NY

Book-launch event with Amy Cuddy at the Harvard Club of New York City.


Thursday, September 21, 7pm: Boston, MA

Book-launch event with Daniel Gilbert at Brookline Booksmith. See here for details.


Friday, September 22, 7pm: Evanston, IL

The All-Or-Nothing Party, in collaboration with Bookends and Beginnings, with Peter Sagal, at Kellogg’s new Global Hub.

Monday, September 25 (Private Event): Mountain View, CA

Book-launch Talks@Google event with Logan Ury.


Monday, September 25 (Private Event): San Francisco, CA

Marriage seminar at Airbnb.


Tuesday, September 26, 7pm: Seattle, WA

Book-launch event with Dan Savage at the University Book Store. See here for details.


Thursday, September 28, 7pm: Chicago, IL

Book-launch event, sponsored by the The Book Stall and the Family Action Network, with Heidi Stevens at North Shore Country Day School. See here for details.


Sunday, October 1, 1pm: Washington, DC

Book-launch event with Daniel Pink at Politics and Prose. See here for details.


Monday, October 2, 7pm: Chapel Hill, NC

Book-launch event with Dan Ariely at Flyleaf Books. See here for details.

Saturday, October 7: Columbia, MO

Presentation at the 2017 Life Sciences & Society Program Symposium on “The Science of Love.”


Wednesday, October 11: Evanston, IL

Book-launch event with Science Café at The Firehouse Grill. See here for details.

Tuesday, October 17, 7pm: Chicago, IL

Panel with Deborah Tannen and Dave Holmes at the Chicago Ideas Festival. See here for details


Friday, October 20: Camden, ME

Panel with Esther Perel at PopTech: "Marriage, Then and Now."


Monday, February 5, 12pm: Chicago, IL

Presentation to the University Club of Chicago


Friday, February 16: Urbana, IL

Colloquium sponsored by (1) Human Development and Family Studies and (2) Psychology


Friday, March 2, 11am: Atlanta, GA

Presentation at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology


Friday, March, 16: Princeton, NJ

Psychology department colloquium