July 10, 2023 at 7 pm (Mountain)/8 pm (Central), virtual presentation for the Salt Lake County (UT) Library, Adult Lecture Series.
21 May 2023, 2 P.M. (Central) in-person talk at The History Museum on the Square (Quincy, IL).
Feb. 27, 2023--7 P.M. (EST) virtual presentation for the Middlesex County Historical Society (Middletown, CT).
October 27, 2022, 6:30 P.M. (Eastern), in-person book talk at Fraunces Tavern Museum,(NY, NY), site of George Washington's December 4, 1783 farewell to the leading officers of the Continental Army. Click here for C-SPAN's airing of that talk.
September 6, 2022, 11:00 A.M. (Central) in-person "Spartan Lecture" forum at Missouri Baptist University, book signing to follow, and a "fireside chat" at the campus library at 7:00 P.M.
June 15, Professional Development Session for High School History Teachers at Missouri Baptist University.
May 15, 2:00-6:00 P.M., interview for a documentary on religion and the Founding era.
April 11, 4:00 P.M. (Central), Rob Mellon's History Ago Go podcast.
April 7, Noon (Central): Authors' Roundtable at Missouri Baptist University
April 6, 1:00 PM (Central) interview with BYU Radio.
March 21, 2022-- hybrid (in-person & online) book talk at the Massachusetts Historical Society (Boston, MA)
February 28 at 3pm EST, interview on John Fea's podcast, "The Way of Improvement Leads Home."
February 24, 2022--online book talk for the American Philosophical Society (Philadelphia, PA)
February 23 2022--online Ford Foundation book talk for George Washington's Mount Vernon.
February 21, 2022--in-studio discussion with host Sarah Penske, "St. Louis on the Air,"St. Louis Public Radio-NPR (on these FM stations: 90.7 KWMU-1, 90.3 WQUB-1, 88.5 KMST)
February 21, 2022--guest blog post on TGC for Thomas S. Kidd.
November 15, 2021, 7PM EST (6PM CST), presentation for the Society for U.S. Intellectual History. on "George Washington’s Hair: A Founder’s Tresses and the Politics and Meaning of Memory in The Early Republic,” part of the panel on "Memory, Secrecy, and Political Culture in the Nineteenth-Century United States."