I’m taking off Tuesday until September 18 for some R&R, as well as two talks, in Poland. This is a place I’ve never been, and I’m terribly excited. Posting here may be lighter than usual, but I’m bringing my camera and connector cord, will have wireless, and so will try to document my adventures—culinary and otherwise.
Here is a note for Polish readers, or those who happen to be in Warsaw and Cracow, on where and when I’ll be speaking.
In Warsaw, I’ll be speaking on the incompatibility of science and religion on Thursday, September 12 at 6 p.m. The Polish Facebook page for the event, with a map to the venue, is here. This talk, as well as the one in Cracow was organized and sponsored by the Polish Sceptic Club, the Polish Rationalist Association, Psyche Books & Cafe and web portal Racjonalista.pl. I believe there will be a public discussion on science and religion, and perhaps a spontaneous debate, earlier in the day; stay tuned for information.
I’ll be speaking in Cracow on Sunday, September 15, at 1:45 pm on the evidence for evolution, concentrating on human evolution. Curiously, it’s for the tenth Annual meeting of the Polish Society for Social Psychology.
The talk will be here:
Institute of Applied Psychology of the Jagiellonian University
Łojasiewicza Street 4, 30-348,
This talk is sponsored by the Institute of Applied Psychology of the Jagiellonian University, Psyche Books & Cafe, and the “Pragma” Association of Psychological Sciences.
I’ll also be visiting Auschwitz, which is only 60 km from Cracow.