Alondra Nelson is a frequent invited lecturer, keynote speaker, and commentator at a range of venues in the US and abroad, including the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, the Brocher Foundation, the Mozilla Festival, the New York Institute for the Humanities, the Museum of Modern Art, the Chicago Ideas Festival, National Public Radion, the US National Archives, the International Slavery Museum, the National Science Foundation, PBS New Hour, the National Institutes of Health, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Aspen Ideas Festival, the New York Public Library, Université Paris Lumières, the New Yorker Radio Hour, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.

    • March 12, 2020

      Stony Brook University | Sir Run Run Shaw Lecture

    • April 03, 2020

      University of Kenntucky | Digital Geographies Lecture

    • April 14, 2020

      MIT | 2020 Morison Prize Lecture

    • April 16, 2020

      Boston University | 11th Annual Albert Morris Lecture

    • May 07, 2020

      Ersta Sköndal Bräcke Högskola (ESBH Stockholm) | Public Conversations on Philanthropy

    • May 27, 2020

      EHESS-École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales | What Black Panthers and Root-Seekers Can Tell Us About Race, Science, and Struggles for Justice

      Amphitheater François Furet
      105 Bd Raspail
      75006 Paris
      3:00 PM

    • June 04, 2020

      The Hastings Center

    • June 24, 2020

      SNF Agora Institute | Nostos Festival

    • June 29, 2020

      SEPHIS Symposium: Forms of Inequality and International Politics of Scientific Production

    • August 08, 2020

      American Sociological Association

    • November 12, 2020

      American Philosophical Society