November 17, 10:45 am–"The Philosophers and the Scientists Should be Friends," University of Chicago, Chicago IL.
November 14, 5:00 pm–"No God But Spinoza's," University of Pennsylvania, Van Pelt Library, 6th floor, Philadelphi, PA.
October 12, 8:00 pm–"The Nature of Faith," in conversation with Alan Lightman and Marcelo Gleiser, The 92nd Street Y, New York, NY
October 11, 7:30 pm–"The Transformation of the Greeks and the Making of Philosophy," Eastern Kentucky University, O’Donnell Hall, the Whitlock Building.
June 3, 4:15 pm–"Confessions of A Wayward Philosopher," Held Lecture Hall, 3rd Floor, Barnard Hall, 116th St and Broadway, Barnard College, New York, NY.
April 27, 5:00 pm–“Why Philosophy Matters.” Stevens Institute of Technology, DeBaun Auditorium. Hoboken, N.J.
March 31: 9:15 am– "Banishing Contingency: Einstein's God and Spinoza's Necessity," keynote for Annual Meeting of Metaphysical Society of America, Harvard Hillel, 52 Mount Auburn St, Cambridge MA.
February 28, 7:00 pm– Onstage interview by Leonard Lopate, Queens College, Queens NY.
January 24, 2017, 3:00 pm–"In Defense of the Humanities," The Society of the Four Arts, 24 Arts Boulevard, Palm Beach, Florida
November 17, 6:30 pm–"Plato's Despair," Keynote for World Philosophy Day, City College of NY, Convent Ave &138th St. North Academic Building, room 0/201.
September 30, 2:10 pm–"The Philosophers and The Scientists Should Be Friends," Dartmouth College, Hanover New Hampshire
September 23, 4:00 pm–Onstage Interview, Women in Secularism, Hyatt Regency, Arlington, Virginia
September 22, 5:00 pm–"Socrates Must Die: The Ethos of The Extraordinary and the Birth of Philosophy" Regis University, Denver Colorado.
June 7, 5:00 pm–"The Renegade Jew Who Gave Us Modernity," Northwestern University, Segal Visitors Center,1841 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL
June 1, 6:30 pm–"Two Heretical Novelists in Conversation," keynote with James K. Morrow, Theater for the Performing Arts, NYU, 1 Washington Place, NYC.
April 24, 11:00 am–"The Mattering Map," Smithsonian Magazine Festival of Ideas: The Future is Here, Shakespeare Theater, 610 F Street, Washington D.C.
April 5, 7:00 pm–Hunter College Writing Center's "Great Thinkers" series, Cafe Glass, 3rd floor of the West Building, New York City
February 17, 7:00 pm–"Why Are Philosophers So Annoying?" Brooklyn Public Philosophers, Central Brooklyn Library, 10 Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, NY
"The Mattering Instinct," Edge.org
"Why Philosophy Won't Go Away," WHY? Radio Interview
"How Good Can You Be?". New York Review of Books
Review of Battling the Gods: Atheism in the Ancient World, by Tim Whitmarsh The New York Times Book Review
"Scholars Talk Writing: Rebecca Newberger Goldstein"
The Chronicle of Higher Education
"What Philosophers Really Know"
New York Review of Books
"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