“Convergence: Atmospheric Science, Technology, and Society, 1900-1960,” Sigma Xi Distinguished Lecture, Northwest Pennsylvania Chapter of Sigma Xi and Allegheny College, Oct. 31, 2013.
“Artificial Clouds,” presentation at the conference on Sensing Change: Mapping the Climatic Imaginary through Art, Science and History, Chemical Heritage Foundation, Philadelphia, PA, November 9, 2013.
Event Report: “If something is wrong with the sky, shoot at it; weaponising the climate”
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Jan. 17-21, Potsdam, Germany, Pictur(e)ing Climate
Jan. 22-26, New Orleans, American Meteorological Society, Harry Wexler lecture, book award
Feb. 2-3, Boston, Colby Trustees
April 5-6, Grinnell College, Iowa, “Fixing the Sky” for All-College Convocation
April 25-27, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, “Fixing the Sky” sponsored by History and Sociology of Technology, Economics, and Public Policy
May 8, MIT, Cambridge, MA, “Fixing the Sky” for all-Institute MIT Energy Initiative
May 13-17, Mainz, Germany, Geoengineering
June 25-29, Manchester, UK, Cold War/ Blue Planet, Keynote lecture at Imperial War Museum, North
June 30-July 7, Manchester, UK
July 6, London, Anglo-American IHR, Ancients and Moderns
July 13, Fort Collins, Colorado State University banquet speaker 50th anniversary of atmospheric science.
Aug. 5-11, Washington, DC, IPCC Working group III AR5
Oct. 2, Orono, Geddes Simpson Memorial Lecture at the University of Maine, Fixing the Sky
Oct. 4-7, Copenhagen, Denmark, SHOT — roundtable on comedy
Oct. 11-16, Washington, DC, Smithsonian Grand Challenges panel on The Anthropocene: Planet Earth in the Age of Humans
Nov. 15-18, San Diego, HSS — session on comedy, invited lecture on Harry Wexler and the Emergence of Atmospheric Science
Dec. 10-13, Paris — dissertation defense at L’Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales
[Jan. 6-10, 2013] Austin, TX — American Meteorological Society
Fixing the Sky interview on the radio.
History for the Future, WRCT-Pittsburgh, http://www.historyforthefuture.org/wordpress/?p=903