List of Lectures

2020 October 28 “African American Gandhians,” lecture, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India (webinar)
26 “Dr. King’s Message for America During the Election of Our Lifetime,” Maryland Public Television & WEAA Simulcast
25 Panel for 23rd United Nations Association Film Festival (Webcast)
22 Discussion with Chris Norwood, American Leadership Forum on Race, Religion, and Recovery
21 “The Prophetic and the Human Rights Ideal,” Structured Liberal Education Program, Stanford University
17 “African American Gandhians,” lecture for Assam University, Silchar, India
6 “Witness to History,” panellist with Selma-to-Montgomery march photographer Stephen Somerstein, Brandywine River Museum of Art, Chadds Ford, PA
3 “Mahatma Gandhi – Beyond the Civil Rights Movement,” discussion with Dr. Faisal Devji, Mahatma Gdandhi Peace Council, Ottawa , Canada (webinar)
28 Celebration of Life of Congressman John Lewis & commemoration of the March on Washington, Barbara Harris and Elihu Harris Lecture Series, Oakland, California (webinar)
18 A History of Protest Movements, Pearson Publishing Webinar
10 The 1619 Project & The Authentification of Our History, Pre-Conference Session of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (Webinar)
5 Hiroshima Day Talks to Rajiv Gandhi University, Arunachal Pradesh, India
July 28 Travelers Insurance Group international webinar
25 Seton Hall University webinar
21 Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Science (with Gary Nash and Emma Lapsansky) webcast
17 Talk to Freeman Spogli Institute for Internatioal Studies at Stanford University
June 9 Peninsula Peace and Justice Center, Palo Alto, interview by Paul George
January 26 Stanford Memorial Church, University Public Worship
January 20 King Holiday Lecture at Cortesa Business Center, Indianapolis, Indiana
2019 December 7 Gandhi 150th Birthday Celebration, Human Rights Coalition of the Central Valley, Fresno, California
November 8 Gandhi Colloquium at the International House, University of California, Davis
October 19 Celebration of the 150th Birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, Dallas
, October 18 Celebration of the 150th Birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, Field Museum of National History, Chicago
October 17 “A Calling: The Civil Right of Education,” Conference, New York City
September 20 Presentation to Youth Summit, Nobel Peace Laureates Summit, Mérida, Mexico
August 11 Celebration of 150th Anniversary of Gandhi’s Birth, India Community Center, Milpitas, California
April 17 Henry Levin Memorial Lecture, Comparative and International Education Society (CIES), San Francisco
April 4 “Coretta and Martin,” Lecture at Chicago State University Honors Convocation, Chicago
March 13 “From Civil Rights to Human Rights” Conversation at the Bridgespan Group, San Francisco
February 21 “Coretta and Martin,” Organization of American Historians Lecture, Baylor University, Waco, Texas
February 7 “From Civil Rights to Human Rights,” ACT Center for Equity in Learning, Distinguished Lecture Series, Aimes, Iowa
January 22 Reception for State Legislature at California State Capitol hosted by Senators Jerry Hill and Steven Bradford
2018 September 14 “Who Decides? The Internal Politics of Human Rights & Social Justice Movements,” Lecture at Stanford Center for Social Innovation, Stanford
July 25 “The 1965 Voting Rights Campaign,” Lecture to High School Teachers, White House Visitors Center, Washington, D. C.
June 22 George Fox University, Newberg, Oregon
April 17 “Coretta, Martin, and Where We Go from Here,” Charles S. Grant Memorial Lecture, Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vermont
April 12 Session participant: “How Should We Remember Martin Luther King, Jr.? Fifty Years Since Memphis, His Controversial Life, Disputed Legacy, and Unfinished Agenda,” Organization of American Historians, Annual Meeting, Sacramento, California
February 22 “Where Do We Go From Here? The Unfulfilled Dreams of W. E. B. Du Bois and Martin Luther King, Jr.,” 2018 DuBois/King Symposium Examining Race Relations and Economic Inequality, Clark Atlanta Center, Atlanta, Georgia
February 8 “Martin Luther King, Jr.: The Inner Life and Global Vision,” Organization of American Historians, Distinguished Lecture Program, George Fox University, Newberg, Oregon
February 1 “Where Do We Go From Here? King’s Answered Question,” California State University, Stanislaus, Turlock, California
2017 December 7 Conversation About the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi and the Nation, hosted by Prof. Ralph Eubanks, Opening of the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum, Jackson, Mississippi 
November 3 Panel on History of PBS Documentaries, Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Signing of the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967, James Madison Memorial Building, Washington, D. C.
April 6 “King’s Riverside Church Speech on War in Vietnam,” West Valley College, Saratoga, California
April 4 Discussion with Tavis Smiley and Clarence Jones regarding King’s Riverside Church Speech on War in Vietnam, Stanford University
February 28 Brigham Young University Forum Lecture, Provo, Utah
February 3 Lecture at Anthem, Inc., Los Angeles
January 8 “Bringing King to the World,” St. Petersburg College, St. Petersburg, Florida
2016 September 30 “Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Social Gospel,” Symposium on Black Religion, Materiality, and the Atlantic World, San Francisco Theological Seminary, San Anselmo, California
September 23 “The Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.,” The Humanities Forum, Inaugural Lecture in the Rev. Robert A. Morris Speaker Series, Providence College, Providence, Rhode Island
May 24-25 Panelist, Conference on Civil Rights Documentary Cinema and the 1960s: Transatlantic Conversations on History, Race, and Rights, British Academy, London, England
May 19 Future of the African American Past, Opening Roundtable for Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture, Washington, DC
May 6-8 Conference on Ways to Justice: Perspectives on Nonviolence, Civil Resistance, and Self Defense, Stanford
February 9 Keynote Address, “Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Ongoing Struggle for Freedom,” King/Gunnar Myrdal Lecture, California State University, Fresno, Fresno, CA
January 14 Keynote Address, Martin Luther King Jr. Annual Lecture, Burns and McDonnell, Kansas City, Missouri
2015 December 9 Keynote address, 3rd Annual Dorothy Cotton Institute Gala and Dinner in celebration of International Human Rights Day, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY 

November 15 Keynote Discussion with Alicia Garza, “Black Lives Matter: Past, Present, & Future,” Howard Zinn Book Fair, City College of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA [News Article]
November 7 Lecture, Barbara Lee and Elihu Lecture Series: “The Future of Nonviolence in America,” Allen Temple Baptist Church, Oakland, CA [News Article]
October 30 Liberation Curriculum Teacher Workshop, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
October 22 Lecture, “Dr. King and the Continuing Freedom Struggle,”American Church in Paris, Paris, France
October 21 Presentation, “Evenings with an Author: Clayborne Carson,”American Library, Paris, France
October 9 Lecture, “Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Continuing Freedom Struggle,” American University in Paris, Paris, France
October 16 Lecture, International School at Nantes, Nantes, France

Presentation, Ecole Centrale Nantes, Nante, Frances

October 14 Lecture, “Dr. King and the Continuing Freedom Struggle,”University of Paris, Paris, France
October 12 Lecture, American School of Paris, Paris, France
October 6 Lecture, University of Avignon, Avignon, France
September 20 Co-lead Captain, “My Brother’s Keeper” Workshop, Oakland, California
August 14 Speaker, Rabbi Michael Robinson’s Memorial Lecture, Santa Rosa, California
May 30 Commencement Address, Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah
April 11 Lecture on the Little Rock Nine, Oakland Marriot City Center, Oakland, California

Civil Rights Veterans Conference, Stanford University, Stanford, CA

April 7 Presentation, on Dr. Carson’s research, BIOS (Biography: Interrogations, Observations, Studies) a Geballe Research Workshop, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
March 19 Presentation, “Grassroots Activism: Leveling the Field for Citizen Participation in Democratic Societies,” University of the West Indies Western Campus, Kingston, Jamaica
March 18 Media Roundtable with senior journalists, “Promoting Equality and Social Justice,” University of the West Indies, Kingston, Jamaica
March 17 Forum with undergraduates of the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts,  “Passages of Martin Luther King,” State Department Program, “Social Justice and Democratic States,” Kingston, Jamaica

Forum with undergraduates of the University of the West Indies,  “MLK, Jr. as a change maker: The relevance of Civil Rights in 21st Century Democratic Societies,” State Department Program, “Social Justice and Democratic States,” Kingston, Jamaica

March 4 Panelist, Panel on Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address and Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” speech, Washington National Cathedral, Washington, D.C. — [Video Link]
February 26 Keynote, “Civil Rights: Charter Schools & Teacher Unions,” Boston, Massachsetts
February 24 Speaker, “Dr. Carson and Mission Brazil on MLK — Inspiration & Legacy,” State Department Virtual Speaker Program
February 19 Keynote, Black History Month Lunchtime Program, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company, Palo Alto, California
February 13 Presentation, annual Black History Month Celebration, Apple Offices in Palo Alto and streamed to Apple campuses in Sacremento, California and Austin, Texas
February 5 Screening and discussion of Al Helm, Indiana Center for Middle East Peace, Fort Wayne, Indiana 
January 29 Lecture at Albuquerque Academy, Albuquerque, New Mexico
January 20 King Holiday Celebration, Santa Clara Law Center for Social Justice and Public Interest
January 19 Keynote, 35th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Luncheon of the African American Community Service Agency, San Jose

Keynote, City of Hayward, California, 29th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday celebration

January 12 Discussion with former King associate Bernard Lafayette (moderated by CEO Travis Kalanick) to Uber employees, San Francisco
January 11 20th annual Motherlode MLK, Jr. Committee King Holiday event, Sonora, California
2014 October 31 “Remarks on Martin Luther King’s Lawyers,” Northwestern University Law School, Evanston, Illinois
September 26 Plenary Session, “Labor and the Civil Rights Movement,” annual meeting of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History,  Memphis
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August 5 Panel discussion, “Remembering and Learning from Freedom Summer,” Peninsula Peace and Justice Center, Palo Alto
June 25 Screening and discussion of Al Helm, Mississippi Freedom Summer 50th Anniversary Conference, Touglaloo College, Jackson, Mississippi
May 14 “Slavery to Freedom” Lecture series, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
April 17 Panel discussion, “Mississippi Summer Project 50th Anniversary,” Continuing Studies, Stanford
March 26 Screening and discussion of Al Helm, First Baptist Church, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts
February 20 Video Conference Lecture, Womble, Caryle, Sandridge & Rice, LLC, Atlanta
February 5 Foothill College, Los Altos Hills, California
January 17 “Living the Dream” King Holiday celebration, Topeka, Kansas
January 11 King Holiday Dinner, Sacramento Convention Center, Sacramento 
2013 August 28 Waging Nonviolent: People-Powered News & Analysis
August 15 50th Anniversary Commemoration of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston
January 23 Martin’s Dream,Book talk/signing, Books, Inc., Alameda, California

King Birthday Lecture, Military Personnel Division, Mountain View, California

January 10 Martin’s Dream Book talk/signing, National Archives, Washington, DC
2012 August 10 Panel on “The Civil Rights Movement: Documentary Editors Provide New Perspectives, ” Association for Documentary Editing Annual Meeting, Charlottesville, Virginia
April 5 Thurgood Marshall Lecture, Bunche Center, University of California, Los Angeles
March 22 Distinguished Lecturer, University of Winnipeg,  Manitoba 
February 14 Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Global Freedom Struggle, Joseph B. and Toby Gittler Prize Lecture, Brandeis University, Boston
January 15 “Remembering Dr. King in the Obama Era,” King Holiday Celebration, Luther College, Decorah, Iowa
2011 October 24 Keynote address, Symposium Celebrating the Life & Work of Manning Marable conference, Colgate College, Hamilton, New York
October 21 Keynote address, “History’s Greatest Freedom Struggle,” Gandhi-King Conference, “A Living Movement: Toward a World of Peace, Solidarity, and Justice, Christian Brothers University, Memphis
October 3 “Global Significance of the Southern Grassroots Freedom Struggle,” Symposium on Civil Rights Photography, University of Utah, Salt Lake City
April 5 “From Gandhi to King to Virginia Tech.” Virginia Technological University, Roanoke, Virginia
March 25 Keynote address, “Lessons for the Region and Palestine in Light of International Nonviolent Experiences,” Conference on Nonviolence, Ramallah, Palestinian Occupied Territories
March 23 “Democracy and Human Rights,” Bethlehem University, Bethlehem
March 22 “King’s Communications Skills,” Hebrew University, Jerusalem
March 21 Lecture at Al Quds University, Beit Hanina – Jerusalem
February 1 Aurora Forum, Onstage interview of Sue Mingus, author of Tonight at Noon (2002), Stanford University
January 22 Keynote, “Hope, Faith, and Shattered Dreams: The Callenges We Still Face Today.” 25th Annual Commemoration Honoring King, sponsored by HD Rhein-Neckar Branch NAACP & German-American Institute (DAI), Providence Church, Heidelberg, Germany
January 18 “Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.”. Forrestal Auditorium, Department of Energy, Washington, D.C
January 17 “The Global Significance and Legacy of King.” Darden Graduate School of Business, University of Virginia, and Caplin Pavilian, University of Virginia School of Law, Charlottesville, Virginia
January 15 “The Relevancy of the King Legacy in the 21st Century.” Ebenezer Baptist Church, sponsored by Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site, Atlanta, Georgia
2010 November 11 Panel discussion on “Sports, Media, and Race: The Impact on America,” Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum, University of Texas at Austin
September 13 Gandhi birthday celebration, Mahatma Gandhi International Volunteers, Toronto
May 28 Presentation for Human Rights Panel with Tibetan Prime Minister-in-exile Samdhong Rinpoche and Uyghur leader Rebiya Kadeer, Stanford
May 21 Co-keynote address for Conference on “Globalizing Black History: Intellectuals, Politics and New Approaches to Transnationalism,” Stanford
April 16 Presentation for panel on “The Impact and Influence of SNCC on American Society, 1960 to 1968” at SNCC 50th Anniversary Conference in Raleigh, North Carolina
February 24 Meeting with Palestinian Actvists, Library on Wheels for Nonviolence and Peace, Hebron, Palestinian Occupied Territories
February 23 Rountable of Palestinian Activists, the Palestinian Center for the Dissemination of Democracy and Community Development (PANORAMA), Ramallah
“Non-Violent Political and Social Activism and its Application to the Palestine,” Birzeit University, Ramallah
February 22 Meeting with Palestinian activists at Palestinian Conflict Resolution Centre “Wi’am,” in Bethlehem
Videoconference on nonviolent resistance with faculty and students at Al-Azhar University, Gaza, from Jerusalem
February 18 Slavery to Freedom: An American Odyssey, Tenth Annual Visiting Faculty Lecture Series, Michigan State University
January 25 “King’s Global Vision,” Albion College, Albion, Michigan
January 19 “King’s Global Vision,” The Loomis Chaffee School, Winsor, Connecticut
January 18 “Martin Luther King and the World,” The Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, Michigan
2009 December 12 “Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Other Visionary,” TEDx Silicon Valley, Innovation for Social Change, Stanford University
December 10 “Obama and the Nobel Peace Prize,” Santa Clara Golf & Tennis club, Santa Clara, California.
November 14 “King’s Vision of Global Liberation,” Dorchester Academy/Dorchester Center, Midway, Georgia
November 13 “King’s Vision of Global Liberation,” Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum, Savannah, Georgia
November 10 Panelist, Tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr., Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center at Boston University
November 5 “An Evening with Dr. Clayborne Carson,” Program to launch “Ebon Dooley History Project,” WRFG-FM, Atlanta
October 31 Panelist, Institute of the Black World 40th Anniversary Reunion, The Interdenominational Theological Center, Atlanta
October 29 “King’s Vision of Global Liberation,” Crown Forum lecture, Martin Luther King, Jr., International Chapel, Morehouse College, Atlanta
October 13 “King’s Global Significance,” First Iconium Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia
September 10 Keynote address, Graduate Association for African-American History Annual Meeting, University of Memphis
July 18 “King’s Journey to Gandhian Nonviolence,” Ahimsa Gandhi-King Conference, Pomona CA
July 1-8 “Bringing King to the World” Stanford Sierra Camp Lecture Series
May 26 Alphonse Fletcher Sr. Fellowship Public Lecture, Center for Advance Study in the Behavior Sciences at Stanford University
March 26 “The Significance of Obama’s Inauguration,” OAH Annual Meeting, Seattle, Wa.
February 20 “Gandhi and King: Their Message Today,” panel discussion with representatives of Muslim and Hindu communities, Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad.
February 19 “Gandhi and King: Their Message Today,” [with Martin Luther King III], St. Xavier College, Vatsalya Foundation, Mumbai Univeristy, YMCA, Mumbai
February 17 “The Living Dream: Carrying Forward the Legacy of Gandhi and King,” The American Center, New Dehli
February 14 “Towards a Harmonious World Order,”.Social Development and the Human Civilization in the 21st Century – International Seminar on the Centenary of Hind Swaraj, India International Centre, New Dehli
January 19 “The Dream Realized: Where Do We Go From Here?” A Panel by Morehouse College, The Historic Willard InterContinental Hotel, Washington, D. C.
January 17 “Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Global Liberty” Realizing the Dream Southern Christian Leadership Conference Legacy Banquet, University of Alabama
2008 September 17 “Influence of Gandhi on the African-American Freedom Struggle” Department of Politics & Public Administration, University of Madras, Chennai
September 16 “Influence of Gandhi on the U.S. Civil Rights Movement,” Gandhi Memorial Museum, Madurai
September 16 “Influence of Gandhi on the African-American Freedom Struggle” Department of Modern History, Madurai Kamaraj University
September 15 “Influence of Gandhi on the U.S. Civil Rights Movement,” Centre for Contemporary Studies, Chennai
September 12 “Influence of Gandhi on the African-American Freedom Struggle” Gujarat Vidyapith University, Ahmedabad
September 3 “Influence of Gandhi on the African-American Freedom Struggle” Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
August 29 “Influence of Gandhi on the African-American Freedom Struggle” The American Centre, New Delhi
May 17 Graduate Commencement Address, Niagara University
April 22 “The King We Hardly Knew,” The Ohio State University, Mansfield, Ohio
April 17 “Gandhi and King,” Keynote address for Conference on Global Legacies of Nonviolence, Oakton Community College, Skokie, Illinois
April 11 Participant in “World House: Connecting the Global Community,” Video Conference commemorating 40th Anniversary of assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. [Morehouse College, with University of Florida, Duke University, Stanford University]
April 5 “Economic Justice and King’s Religious Calling,” The Aurora Forum, Conference Global Solidarity, Human Rights, and the End of Poverty, Stanford University
April 1 King assassination anniversary event with Dorothy Cotton and Vincent Harding, Riverside Church, New York
March 29 “Forty Years Since King: Struggling to End Racism, Sexism, Poverty, and War” (panel) & “King Digital History Project: Using Primary Source Documents in the Classroom” (workshop), Organization of American Historians, Annual Meeting, New York
February 14 “The King We Hardly Knew,” Culture, Spiritual Values and the Pursuit of Excellence in Higher Education, Symposium Celebrating the Inauguration of Robert Michael Franklin, Jr., Morehouse College, Atlanta
February 5 “The Legacy of Martin Luther King,” Brentwood School, Los Angeles
January 21 “With Liberty and Justice for All” Annual Symposium, The Henry Ford Museum, Detroit
January 19 “Of God and Country: A Look at Faith and Social Justice,” Conversation with Dr. Robert Franklin, Sponsored by Hands on Atlanta
2007 November 20 “Legacies of Martin Luther King, Jr. ” United States Public Diplomacy Center, Brussels, Belgium
November 16 “King’s non-violence and his vision for the ‘beloved community’,” with Mark Gonnerman, de boskant RK Spiritueel Centrum, the Hague, the Netherlands
November 1 “The Legacies of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Abraham Joshua Heschel,” Honoring Heschel at 100: An International Conference, Center for Jewish Studies, Baylor University, Waco, Texas
October 19 Conference on the 40th Anniversary of the March on the Pentagon and Norman Mailer’s The Armies of the Night, Georgetown University, Washington, DC
October 16 Keynote address, Fortieth Anniversary Celebration of King’s Speech to Sacramento State, California State University, Sacramento
October 12 Stanford Reunion Homecoming, Classes without Quizzes, “Passages of Martin Luther King” in China
September 26 Convocation Speaker, KIPP: King Collegiate School, San Lorenzo, California
June 18 China Foreign Affairs University, Beijing
June 15 “Religion and Literature in the Life of King,” School of Liberal Arts, Renmin (Peoples) University, Beijing
June 14 History Department, Peking University, Beijing
May 24 “King: The Man and the Myth,” Centre d’études nord-américaines (CENA), Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris
May 15 “King and the Global Struggle for Peace with Social Justice,” CENA, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris
May 9 “Was King a Christian,” CENA, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris
May 8 “King and Global Struggle for Peace with Social Justice,” Universiteit Leiden, Leiden, the Netherlands
May 3 “King and Modern African-American Freedom Struggle,” CENA, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris
March 29 “Leadership in Black Higher Education,” Benjamin E. Mays Lecture for 1st Annual Presidents Day at Morehouse College, Atlanta
February 23 “King’s Social Gospel & Struggle for Justice,” Parent’s Weekend at Stanford
February 21 Women’s Club of Palo Alto, Palo Alto, California
February 20 “The King We Hardly Knew,” Bowie State University, Bowie, Maryland
February 19 “The King We Hardly Knew,” Humanities Center, DePaul University, Chicago
February 1 “The King We Hardly Knew,” Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana
January 31 “Martin Luther King, Jr., and His Legacy,” Washington University in St. Louis
January 15 Keynote, Martin Luther King, Jr., Holiday Celebration, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles
January 11 “Martin Luther King, Jr., and His Legacy,” North Carolina State University, Raleigh
2006 July 26 Commenoration of the Chicago Freedom Movement, Harold Washington Cultural Center, Chicago
July 8 “Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Global Liberation Movement,” Official Opening Conference of the Wilberforce Institute for the Study of Slavery and Emancipation: The Names on the Wall – the Individual, Power and Change, Hull, England
June 7 “The King Institute and the Future of the King Legacy,” Stanford Alumni Club of Atlanta
April 4 “Affirmative Action in the U. S.,” Universités à Sciences Po, Paris
March 31 “Affirmative Action in the U. S.,” Université François Rabelais, Tours, France
March 30 Round table discussion, conference on Equal Opportunity and Diversity Promotion, sponsored by French-American Foundation and Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches Internationales de l’Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris, Paris
March 29 “Affirmative Action in the U. S.,” Université D’Orléans, France
March 27 “Affirmative Action in the U.S.” to invited French audience, U.S. Embassy in Paris
March 19 Keynote, Eightieth Anniversary Celebration of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, San Mateo Branch, California
March 18 Lecture/discussion, “The Social Aspects of Theatre and the Theatricality of Society,” Theatre Research Institute, Peking University, Beijing, China
March 17 To graduate students of College of Liberal Arts, Shanghai University, Shanghai
March 16 Seminar for academics, artists, journalists and government officials at American Center for Educational Exchange, Jingguang Center, Beijing

Online serminar/discussion, web portal, Beijing

March 15 Celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr’s Dream, American Center for Educational Exchange, Jingguang Center, Beijing
March 3 “The King Research and Education Institute: Teaching with Primary Sources,” California Council for the Social Studies, 45th Annual Conference, San Diego
February 22 W. E. B. Du Bois Annual Lecture, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
January 18 Keynote, King Commemorative Program, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
January 17 Keynote, King Commemorative Program, National Institutes of Health, Washington, DC
January 16 Institute of Humanities and Culture, Center for Civic Leadership, The Belo Mansion, Dallas
2005 November 3 Symposium on Protesting Prejudice after the Holocaust: The American Experience. Roundtable on Civil Rights Activism as a Legacy of the Holocast, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, DC
October 1 Sesquicentennial Symposium on Race, Repression, & Reconciliation, Berea College, Kentucky
June 21 Graduate School, Beijing International Studies University, China

Xicheng District Library, Beijing, China

June 20 Beijing Oriental School, Beijing

Department of History, Peking University, Beijing

April 22 Keynote, Collegium for African American Research, Université François Rabelais, Tours, France
April 14 Organization of American Historians Distinguished Lecture, Edinboro University, Pennsylvania
March 28 Black Leadership Forum & C-SPAN, “What Would Our Ancestors Think of Us?” at National Press Club, Washington, D. C.
February 24 Western Addition Library, San Francisco
February 7 “The Contested Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.,” Commonwealth Club of San Francisco
February 2 Fourth Malcolm X Festival, University of Nebraska, Omaha
January 21 New Mexico State University, Las Cruces
January 19 California Institute of Technology, Pasadena
January 18 Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana
January 14 King Holiday Celebration, Tresidder Union, Stanford University
January 12 Menlo School, Menlo Park, California
2004 December 8 Celebration for Emma Goldman Papers Project, International House, University of California, Berkeley
November 13 Teaching American History Project symposium on Brown v. Board of Education, University of Nevada, Reno
October 10 Landestagung des Internationalen Versöhnungsbendes, Landesgruppe-Baden-Vürttemberg, Karlsruhe, Germany
October 9 Der Black Box, Kulturzentrum Gasteig, München
October 8 Frankfurt Buchmesse and The English Theatre Frankfurt, Frankfurt am Main
October 7 Frankfurt Buchmesse 2004
October 6 Deutsch-Amerikanishes Institut, Heidelberg
October 5 Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung, Dresden
October 4 Martin-Luther-King Zentrum, Verdau
October 1 Archiv Aktiv, Hamburg
September 30 John F. Kennedy Institute, Free University of Berlin