I am a regular speaker on campuses around the country and the world on a wide range of subjects focused on the future of higher education. These talks often focus on historical pedagogy and the digital humanities, but I also speak on the future of pedagogy at this moment of transition in higher education. Recent speaking engagements include:

“I Just Wanna Move Some Shit” (2017)
Keynote address at the Winter Symposium on Digital Literacy in Higher Education, University of Rhode Island.

“Community-Based Learning in the Humanities” (2016)
The inaugural Michael Mizell-Nelson Public History Lecture in the memorial lecture series dedicated to my friend and colleague, the late UNO professor of history, Michael Mizell-Nelson.

“Playfulness, Authentic Learning, and the Future of Teaching” (2015)
The opening plenary address at the University of Kansas annual teaching summit, “Exploring the Spectrum of Engaged Learning.”

“The Future of Public History — What Shall We Teach?” (2015)
Moderator of a four scholar international conversation on the future of public history at the Pädagogische Hochschule FHNW (Basel).

“Digital Humanities and the End of Selective Ignorance” (2015)
Phi Beta Kappa plenary speaker at Elon University.

“Counting Digital Humanities Scholarship for Tenure and Promotion” (2014)
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

“Lying About History” (2014)
David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies, Brigham Young University.

“Blogging for the Historian: Building a Scholarly Career in Social Media” (2014)
University of Basel, Kolloquium zur Didaktik der Geschichte und Politik.

“Exploring, Remixing, Analyzing: Teaching History with Digital Media” (2014)
University of Kentucky, April 2014.