The Founders Speak in New York

If you’re anywhere near Columbia University on November 19th, you might want to go and check this event out, brought to us for free by the Burning Man Project:

firetromboneThe Founders Speak: Burning Man, Technology, Religion, and The Future

Burning Man Project

Tuesday, November 19, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)

The Burning Man Project is proud to join Columbia University’s Department of Religion and Institute for Religion, Culture and Public Life to present a forum on Burning Man, technology, religion and the future, featuring panelists Larry Harvey (founder of Burning Man), John Perry Barlow (founder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation) and Peter Hirshberg (disruptive cultures and technology expert). 

Dr. David Kittay of Columbia’s Department of Religion will moderate a lively conversation about Burning Man as a philosophical movement, its history, and its predicted global applications.

barlow and friendThis event is free and open to the public.

Tuesday, November 19th, 2013
7-9pm 
IAB, Room 417 – Altschul Auditorium 
Columbia University, New York, NY

Directions: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/theory/directions2.html

Have questions about The Founders Speak: Burning Man, Technology, Religion, and The Future? Contact Burning Man Project
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