Profs and Pints is expanding to Boston and partnering with
The Conversation, a nonprofit, independent news organization dedicated to unlocking the knowledge of experts for the
public good, to stage a debut event in the tap room of the
Sam Adams Boston Brewery in Jamaica Plain. Its first talk, being staged on March 16th and sure to get you in the spirit of Saint Patrick's Day, is a look at the history of the Irish in America. You'll find below details of the event, as well as a form and links to stay informed about new venues and future talks.
in Jamaica Plain at 30 Germania St, Boston, MA 02130
Just blocks from the Stoneybrook subway station.
Learn about new Profs and Pints venues in Boston and future Profs and Pints events by getting on the Profs and Pints Boston mailing list or joining its Boston Facebook and Meetup groups below.
Profs and Pints expanded online during the pandemic to further democratize access to higher learning and provide people access to hiqh-quality scholarly talks while social distancing. See listings of talks that you can watch from home on the
Online Talks page.
Profs and Pints talks represent a great way to introduce young people to various academic fields. Please note, however, that all talks are delivered on an adult level and may feature mature content. Unless otherwise stated in event descriptions, anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
A note from Profs and Pints CEO Peter Schmidt about diversity among presenters:
In my recruitment of speakers I am committed to diversity in all of its forms, including gender, race, and ideological orientation. I encourage any college faculty member interested in being featured by Profs and Pints to click this link for important background on the lectures and workshops that Profs and Pints offers and to email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information on how to apply.