Jared Diamond In Conversation with Roy Eisenhardt & Cocktails [$32]
Sugar Lounge - San Francisco, CA
377 Hayes St
Thu, May 16, 2019 at 1:00 AM - 5:00 AM
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This lecture is a production of City Arts and Lectures. The plan will be to meet up for a few cocktails before and after Jared Diamond's event. I have a few extra tickets. Feel free to message me (Brandon) if you're interested. Otherwise, you can buy tickets here: https://bit.ly/2GZHBSM. If you’d like to sit near the group, please see seating chart image below. Agenda for the evening: - 6pm: We will meet at the Sugar Lounge for a pre-lecture cocktail. - 7:15pm: Walk over to the Sydney Goldstein Theater to attend this event. - 9pm: Return to the Sugar Lounge for a post-lecture cocktail discussion and socializing. What you need to know: - Feel free to join us at any point in the evening. - Tickets: I have a few extra tickets. Feel free to message me (Brandon) if you're interested. - Otherwise, you can buy tickets here: https://bit.ly/2GZHBSM - City Arts & Lectures events are assigned seating. If you would like to sit near the group, please see the seating chart image below. Please let me know if you have any questions. Looking forward to hanging out! Speaker's bio: Jared Diamond is a renowned geographer and the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Guns, Germs, and Steel. His books explore philosophical and scientific subject matter candidly and with compelling detail. His most recent book, Upheaval: How Nations Cope With Crisis and Change, is the final volume in a trilogy (preceded by Guns, Germs, and Steel and Collapse) chronicling the rise and fall of civilizations around the globe. This final volume looks to both the past and the future, bringing historical, geographic, anthropological, economic, and personal lenses to the apocalyptic questions surrounding our world today. Diamond’s scientific research covers the birds of New Guinea and other Southwest Pacific Islands, and he additionally works toward promoting sustainable environmental policy in his role as a director of the World Wildlife Fund and Conservation International. He lives and works in Los Angeles, where he is a professor of Geography and Physiology at the University of California, Los Angeles.