A correspondent asks me about talks I am giving on the east coast. I gave one today at the law school of the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and am giving another tomorrow (April 17th) at the University of Baltimore law school, 1420 N. Charles St., Baltimore, Maryland. The talk is at noon, the subject is "What is Economics and What Does it Have to do With Law?" I do not know the room, nor how open the talk is.
After that I fly to Raleigh/Durham to participate in a conference at Duke on "Community and Emergent Order in Non-State Spaces." I am speaking Thursday afternoon at 3:45; I wouldn't assume the conference is open to the general public, but I don't know. My topic will be "Vinge, Heinlein, the Sagas, and Me: Stateless and Semi-Stateless Societies in Fiction and Semi-Fiction."
The audio recording of the talk is now webbed.