June 27-July 5–Lectures aboard the Sea Cloud, sailing from Istanbul to Greek islands and Athens, entitled "The Ancient Greeks and the Ethos of the Extraordinary," "Socrates Must Die."
June 15, 6:30pm–Summer Time Blues, The House of Speakeasy, City Winery, 155 Varick Street, New York, NY
June 12, 11:30am–keynote address at Center for Inquiry Conference, Reason for Change, Buffalo Marriott Niagara, Buffalo NY
May 1, 10:00am–"Whatever Happened to Author-ity?" Panel Discussion, The Muse and The Marketplace, Boston Park Plaza Hotel
April 7, 7:00pm–Clark University Author and Fundraising Dinner
April 2, 7:00pm–Plato at the Googleplex, Reading and discussion, Mark Twain House, Hartford CT
March 31, 4:00pm–Biennial Trindle Fellow: Reading and Public Lecture, Brown College at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.
March 23, 7:00pm–"The Ancient Quarrel: Philosophy and Literature," Barnard College 125th Anniversary Public Lecture, New York NY
February 16, 5:30–"What Is The Point of Philosophy?" Panel Discussion, 10 Carlton House Terrace, London, England
February 8, 10am–"How Is A Jewish Atheist Different from All Other Atheists?" Larchmont Temple, Larchmont NY
January 27, 7:00 pm–"Plato at the Googleplex: Why Philosphy Won't Go Away," The Helen Edison Memorial Lecture, on-stage conversation with Roger Bingham, University of California at San Diego, Price Auditorium
January 22, 8:00 pm–"The Evolution of Knowledge," with Martin Roth, Lawrence Krauss, Rob Knight, Pascale Fung, World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland, Kongress Hotel, Restaurant
January 22, 9:15 am–"Stop To Think: Who Matters?" with Jim Wallis, Robert A. Johnson. Helen E. Clark, Carlos Danel, World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland, Congress Centre, Jakobshorn
January 21 8:00 pm–"Broadening Our Horizons," with Matthieu Ricard, Tania Singer, David Singer, World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland, Hotel InterContinental, Adular/Quarz
November 19, 6 pm–"Fiction Meets Science," Town Hall, Bremen Germany.
November 10, 6 pm– A night of secular humanism, Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences, Stockholm, Sweden
November 8, 11 am–Debate with Amy Chua: "Is Self-Esteem Important in Children's Education?" La Ciudad De Las Ideas, Puebla, Mexico
Hayden Planetarium Space Theater, New York, NY
October 13, 7:00 pm – "Plato at the Googleplex," Blackwell's Bookstore, 48-51 Broad Street, Oxford OX1 3BQ United Kingdom
October 12, 5:30 pm– "What Would Plato Say?" In Conversation with Anthony Grayling, King's Place, Hall Two, London, England
September 26, 12 noon – Discussion of "Plato at the Googleplex," The Program on Constitutional Government at Harvard, Knafel Room K 354, 1737 Cambridge Street, Harvard University
September 25, 8:00 pm –"Philosophy and The Good Life," Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, North Adams, MA
August 30, 5:45 pm – "Philosophy Is As Important As Science," Festival of Dangerous Ideas, Sydney Opera House, Sydney Australia
August 30, 4:00 pm – "Human Existence Doesn't Matter (And What Is It Anyway?)," Panel discussion with Francesca Minerva and Huw Price, Festival of Dangerous Ideas, Sydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia
May 6, 10:30 am – Wellesley Authors on Stage Program, panel discussion with Leah Hager Cohen and James McMullan; 12:00 pm, Book signing followed by lunch
May 17, 2 pm – "Why Women Are Too Polite About Religion: A Conversation between Rebecca Newberger Goldstein and Susan Jacoby." Women in Secularism 3,The Westin Alexandria, 400 Courthouse Square, Alexandria, VA
May 24, 1:30-3 pm – The Barn, Provincetown, MA, "One household, two writers," In conversation with Steven Pinker, moderated by Julie Glass. For more information: https://www.20summers.org/
May 31, 11 am – The Society for Heresy Studies, Keynote address, NYU
June 8, 2 pm – "Plato at the Googleplex: WhyPhilosophy Won't Go Away," The Skeptics Society, Caltech, Baxter Lecture Hall, Pasadena, CA
"The Rapunzel Complex"
Me, My Hair, and I: Twenty-Seven Women Untangle an Obsession, edited by Elizabeth Benedict
Don't Overthink It
Interview on Plato at The Googleplex
Inquiry with Mark Lynch on NPR
"What Plato Tells Us About Our Moral Choices"
World Economic Forum Blog
Interview by Karen Schook on Plato at the Googleplex
Times Higher Education Supplement
New Afterword to Great Dialogues of Plato,
Progress in Philosophy
Rebecca Newberger Goldstein: What Plato Can Teach Us by John Derbyshire
Interview with Rebecca Newberger Goldstein on Plato at the Googleplex, Massimo Pigliucci
How Philosophy Makes Progress
The Chronicle of Higher Education
What Would Plato Say? Rebecca Newberger Goldstein on Philosophy
The Wall Street Journal
Why Plato Is Still Relevant in the 21st Century
The Huffington Post
What Would Plato Tweet?
New York Times, Opinionator
What Would Plato think of TV?
Why Study Philosophy? To Challenge Your Own Point of View
Interview with Rebecca Goldstein