Schedule

To arrange a lecture, presentation or interview with Mr. Hill, contact him directly at ‘Hill at Steven-Hill.com’ or (415) 665-5044

Sept. 14, Potsdam, Hasso Plattner Institut, “Design Thinking” conference, “Future of Work”

Sept. 1, Berlin, Die Zeit conference, “Artificial Intelligence”

June 13, Berlin, German Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs and OECD “New Jobs Strategy”

June 12, Berlin, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), “Future Of Social Protection”

May 29, Berlin, Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung

May 23-24, Zagreb and Ljubljana, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung

May 18, Berlin, Ver.di, 6 pm

May 16, Berlin, IG Metall, 6 pm

May 11, Berlin, Telefonica Basecamp, Digital Masterminds: “Steven Hill über die Startup-Illusion,”  (link to YouTube video of event)

May 9, Berlin, re:publica conference, “Wie viel Silicon-Valley-Spirit brauchen wir in Deutschland?

May 4-5, Prague, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung

May 3, Berlin, event with Das Progressive Zentrum, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and D64

 

Appearances for 2016 (partial list):

October 6, Young Transatlantic Initiative, “US Presidential Election,” US Embassy, Berlin

Sept 28, “The California Challenge – How (not) to regulate disruptive business models,” Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Berlin

Sept 21, South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Sept 15, “The Digital Revolution and the Future of Work: Policies and Politics,” Das Progressive Zentrum and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Berlin

Sept 14, “Rethinking Innovation,” German-Israeli Young Leaders Exchange, Bertelsmann Foundation, Berlin

Sept 13, Bucerius Lab, ZEIT-Stiftung, Hamburg, Germany, “Troubled Future: How the „Digital Economy” Will Shape our World, and How We Can Guide it”

Sept 4, ABC Treehouse, “Unpresidented: A US Election Like We’ve Never Seen Before,” Amsterdam

Sept 2, “Peer Value: Advancing the Commons Collaborative Economy,” Amsterdam, Netherlands

July 27, Clinton Global Initiative, U.S. Workforce Development

July 26, Rockefeller Foundation: Discussion on Independent Work

July 14, Ralph Nader Radio Hour, with authors Steven Hill and Thomas Frank

July 10, Book Passage, Corte Madera, “Expand Social Security Now” book talk

July 8, Guardian in San Francisco

June 29, “Boost or Barrier? – Upward Mobility in the On-Demand Economy,” R Street Institute and Opportunity America

June 28, Economic Policy Institute, “Why We Must Expand Social Security” (VIDEO)

June 26, C-SPAN, Washington Journal, “Raw Deal and the Uber Economy” (VIDEO)

June 24, New York City Central Labor Council

June 23, WorkAwesome conference, “Gigomania,” New York City (VIDEO)

June 16, The Zero Hour with RJ Eskow, “Expand Social Security Now!”

June 15, WYPR, National Public Radio in Baltimore, “The Rise of the Gig Economy”

June 9, “The Dark Side of Silicon Valley,” hosted by KPFA, Berkeley

May 18, Ver.di trade union in Berlin

May 17, “Gig Economy — Threat to the German social state?” Stiftung Neue Verantwortung, Berlin

May 12, Hasso-Plattner-Institut, Potsdam

May 10, Holtzbrinck lecture at the American Academy in Berlin, “The Future of Work: How the ‘Uber Economy’ and Runaway Capitalism Are Threatening Workers’ Livelihoods”

May 3, re:publica conference, Crowdworking Behind the Scene – Clickworking and Labor Rights, Berlin

April 26, Hannover Messe Trade Fair, Hannover Germany

April 25, Stuttgart

April 22, Heidelberg Center for American Studies, commencement address, University of Heidelberg

April 21, German-American Institute, Heidelberg

April 20, Frankfurt

April 18, Hans Böckler Foundation

April 13, Future Internet Kongress, Frankfurt

April 12, Confederation of German Trade Unions (DGB), Berlin

April 9, Partnerschaft der Parlamente/Partnership of Parliaments, Berlin

March 16, Literaturhaus Stuttgart, Stuttgart “Wie die Sharing Economy den Arbeitsmarkt verändert: Deutschland und Amerika im Vergleich”

March 8, Danish Confederation of Professional Associations, Copenhagen

March 2, US Embassy, Museum The Kennedys, Berlin

March 2, Telefónica Basecamp, Berlin, “Job Machine or Digital Exploitation? Challenges of the Digital Economy to the World of Work”

January 21, American Academy in Berlin

January 6, Raw Deal talk at SPUR (San Francisco Planning & Urban Research Association)

Appearances for 2015 (partial list):

December 17, Raw Deal talk at Progressive Democrats of America, San Francisco, 7 pm

December 10, Raw Deal talk at Lenny Mendonca’s Brews and Views, Half Moon Bay Brewing Company, Half Moon Bay, CA  6pm

December 8, Raw Deal talk at First Unitarian Church, Portland, Oregon, 7 pm

December 8, Raw Deal talk at the law office of Schwerin Campbell Barnard Iglitzin & Lavitt LLP, Seattle, noon

December 7, Raw Deal talk at Town Hall in Seattle, 7:30 pm

December 7, Raw Deal talk at Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies, University of Washington, Seattle, 1:30 pm

December 3, Raw Deal talk at Book Passage-San Francisco (Ferry Building), 6 pm

December 1, Raw Deal talk at Books Inc., Berkeley, 7 pm

November 18, Raw Deal talk at Books Inc. (Chestnut St branch), San Francisco

November 17, Raw Deal talk at Diesel Books, Oakland, CA

November 16, Raw Deal talk (with Gabriel Metcalf) at Mechanics Institute, San Francisco

November 10, Raw Deal talk at University of Wisconsin-River Falls

November 1, Raw Deal talk Politics and Prose bookstore, Wash DC

October 30, Raw Deal interview on WNYC’s The Brian Lehrer Show, NPR

October 29, Raw Deal talk at Economic Policy Institute, Wash DC

October 23, Steven Hill in conversation with NYT columnist Eduardo Porter, CUNY Graduate Center, Skylight Room, NYC, 6:30 pm

October 21, Raw Deal talk at New America in NYC, Civic Hall, 156 Fifth Avenue, Second Floor, NYC  6:30 pm,

October 20, interview on Bloomberg Radio, “The Bloomberg Advantage”

October 20, Raw Deal interview on Fox Business News, Stuart Varney show

October 20, launch of new book, Raw Deal: How the “Uber Economy” and Runaway Capitalism Are Screwing American Workers

July 27, panel at LaborTech 2015, “The Gig Economy,” Stanford University

April 17, lecture at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, European Union Center, “Transatlantic Lessons: Why the European Way is Still the Best Hope in an Insecure Age”

April 16, lecture at Illinois State University

Appearances for 2013 (partial list):

November 6-7, University of Wisconsin-River Falls, “Year of Germany” event

May 8,  “Utah Europe Days 2013,” Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development and Brigham Young University, Center for International Studies

Appearances for 2012 (partial list):

October 19, two panel presentations at the Bioneers Conference

May 22, Georgetown University, BMW Center for German and European Studies, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service

May 15, Berkeley Arts and Letters, with Michael Sandel, author of  “What Money Can’t Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets,” 7:30 pm

May 2, Global Policy Institute, London

April 19, Robert Schuman Foundation, Paris

April 11, University of Delaware lecture on Europe’s Promise

April 4, Amherst College, Massachussetts lecture on Europe’s Promise

March 15, KOPN, Columbia, Missouri, “10 Steps to Repair American Democracy”

February 28, radio interview with the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation (ORF)

February 20, television interview with KPIX/CBS in San Francisco

February 14, radio interview with the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation (ORF)

February 6, lecture on Europe’s Promise, Rutgers University

January 26, lecture at Progressive Democrats of America about Europe’s Promise, San Francisco

January 25, lecture on ranked choice voting at Golden Gate Breakfast Club, San Francisco

January 17, lecture at SPUR (San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association)

January 6, interview by Sophie Vergucht, Belgian journalist re: GOP presidential primaries

January 6, lecture on ranked choice voting at University Club, San Francisco

January 5, television interview by French journalists for Le Ben Franklin Post/France USA media

January 3, lecture on ranked choice voting at Potrero Hill Dem Club, San Francisco

Appearances for 2011 (partial list):

December 14, television interview on Fox Business Network, Varney & Co.

November 22, radio interview with the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation (ORF)

November 19, radio interview on Iranian station

November 18, KPFA/Pacifica radio interview with Kris Welch

November 7, television interview on Fox Business Network, Varney & Co., “Is There a Bright Side to the EU’s Policies?”

November 1, television interview, CBS News in San Francisco

October 31, radio interview on KCBS, San Francisco

October 27, television interview on Fox Business Network, Varney & Co., “Can the U.S. Learn from Europe’s Economic Practices?”

October 19, radio interview with the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation (ORF)

October 18, interview by Andreas Kluth from The Economist

October 15, lecture at Bioneers Conference, plus radio interview

September 30, lecture at “Lessons from Europe” Workshop at the Center for European Studies,  Rutgers University

September 23, lecture at European Ideas Network conference in Bucharest, Romania

September 14, lecture at Illinois State University

September 13, lecture at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, European Union Center

September 12, Chicago, Law Offices of Korey Cotter Heather and Richardson, “Europe vs. the US: Who Will Lead the 21st Century?”

August 17, San Francisco Elections Commission

August 3, San Francisco Elections Commission

July 7, KPFA/Pacifica radio interview with Kris Welch

July 1, KPFK/Pacifica radio interview about Europe

June 24, radio interview with the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation (ORF)

June 22, radio interview with the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation (ORF)

June 21, KPFK/Pacifica radio interview with Ian Masters

June 20, lecture at “Strengthening European Social Democracy” conference, Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists & Democrats in the European Parliament, Barcelona, Spain

June 13, FRIDE (Fundación para las Relaciones Internacionales y el Diálogo Exterior), Madrid, Spain

June 13, European Council on Foreign Relations, Madrid, Spain

May 13, lecture at conference “Europe in America – Learning from Each Other,” Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia

April 27, lecture at the University of Delaware on Europe’s Promise

March 31, interview by French journalist on Gov Jerry Brown’s first 100 days

March 30, KPFK/Pacifica radio interview with Ian Masters

March 30, give IMPACT lecture at EU Center at Georgia Institute of Technology

March 29, lecture at Georgia Institute of Technology

March 27, presentation to Unitarian Universalist, San Francisco

February 19, interview by Czech newspaper Lidove Noviny

Feb. 18, Goethe-Institut, Prague, “American Dream – Escape from Old Europe?”

Feb. 16, lecture in public library, Brno, Czech Republic, sponsored by the US Embassy

February 11, KQED radio interview, National Public Radio in San Francisco

Feb. 10, Harvard Club of San Francisco (cosponsored by the Yale Club — detente at last!), “US vs. Europe vs. China: Who Will Lead the 21st Century?”

January 27, Rossmoor Community Club, Walnut Creek, California

January 5, KPFK/Pacifica radio interview with Ian Masters

Appearances for 2010 (partial list):

Dec. 4 — Heidelberg Center for American Studies, Heidelberg University, Germany

Dec. 3 — Heidelberg Center for American Studies, Heidelberg University, Germany

Nov. 15 — Sacramento, United Nations Association

Oct. 28 — Istanbul, Democrats Abroad

Oct. 18 — Athens, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, lecture hosted by Institute for Regional Dialogue and Strategy (IPEDIS)

Oct. 16 — Athens, University of Indianpolis

Oct. 14 – Rome, lecture hosted by Fondazione Fare Futuro

Oct. 12 – Salzburg, Salzburg University

Oct. 11 — Vienna, lecture hosted by Renner Institut at “Europasaal” auditorium

Oct. 10 — Vienna, observe Vienna municipal elections

Oct. 9 — Vienna, Beethovenhaus Heuriger

Oct. 8 — Berlin, Humbloldt University

Oct. 7– Berlin, Freie Universität Berlin

Oct. 6 — Frankfurt, address Democrats Abroad-Germany

Oct. 6 — Heidelberg, lunchtime address to German-American Institute (DAI)

Oct. 2 — Munich, Democrats Abroad

Oct. 4 – Strasbourg, INSA, 24 bd de la Victoire

Sept 29 – Toulouse, Ecole Superieur de Commerce (Business School of Toulouse)

Sept. 27 – Marseille, Les Deux Garçons

Sept. 26 – Nice, France, Holy Trinity Church Hall

Sept. 24 – Oslo, lecture at Rica Victoria Hotel

Sept. 23 – Stockholm, ABF Huset

Sept. 22 – Amsterdam, ABC Treehose bookstore

Sept. 21 – Brussels, Waterstone’s Bookstore

September 21 — lunch time seminar at the European Commission with Directors General and Commission spokeperson

Sept. 21 — Brussels, Jacquemin Seminar lecture at the European Commission

Sept. 19 — Paris, Democrats Abroad

Sept 18 –Luxembourg, Democrats Abroad

Sept 16-17 – Budapest, speak at conference “The Crisis in Europe: Re-inventing EU Policies Delivering Growth and Fighting Poverty” hosted by the European Ideas Network

September 9, Thursday, 6:00 pm, Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, California

August 1, Sunday, 1:15 pm, 2010 Global Forum on Modern Direct Democracy, San Francisco

July 14, Wednesday, 12:30 pm, San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR), San Francisco

June 22, Tuesday, 9 am, European Ideas Network/European People’s Party, Washington DC

June 9-15, Zurich, Lucerne, Bern, Switzerland, Initiatives and Referendum Institute

June 8, Tuesday, 3:00 pm, Rossmoor Community Club, Walnut Creek, California

June 1, Tuesday, interview on KQED “Forum Show” (NPR affiliate) with host Michael Krasny, San Francisco, California

May 25, Tuesday, 7 pm, Book Passages, Corte Madera, California

May 20, Thursday, 3 pm, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, D.C.

May 19, Wednesday, 12 noon, German Marshall Fund, Washington DC

May 18, Tuesday, podcast interview by Jack Janes, Executive Director, American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, Washington DC

May 18, Tuesday, noon, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)/Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins University, Washington DC

May 17, Monday, Busboys and Poets Bookstore, Washington DC

May 11, Tuesday, 6:30 PM, American Council on Germany, San Francisco, California

May 6, interview on KGNU public radio, Boulder Colorado

April 29, Thursday, interview on KPFK (Pacifica), Berkeley, California

April 27, Tuesday, interview on Thom Hartmann show

April 24, Saturday, Los Angeles Times Festival of Books (broadcast on C-SPAN’s “Book TV”)

April 22, Thursday, noon, European Union Centerof California, Claremont University/Scripps College, Los Angeles

April 15, Thursday, Council for European Studies, Montréal, Canada

April 1, Thursday, noon, EU/European Student Association of Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs, New York

March 26, Friday, interviewed by Tomasz Zalewski, Polityka/Polish Press Agency

March 25, Thursday, House of Sweden/Swedish Ambassador, Washington, DC

March 25, Thursday, noon, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia

March 24, Wednesday, noon, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey

March 17, Wednesday, 7 pm, Village Books, Bellingham, WA

March 16, Tuesday, 7 pm, Town Hall, Seattle, WA

March 16, Tuesday, interview on KEXP radio, Seattle, WA

March 16, Tuesday, interview on KCTS TV (PBS), Seattle, WA

March 15, Monday, interview on KIRO radio with host Dave Ross, Seattle, WA

March 15, Monday, noon, Economic Opportunity Institute, Seattle, WA

March 15, Monday, 6 pm, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

March 8, Monday, interview on KALW (NPR affiliate), San Francisco,  CA

March 3, Wednesday, Rutgers University, Europe Center

March 2, Tuesday, interview on WHYY Radio Times (NPR) with Marty Moss-Coane, Philadelphia, PA

March 2, Tuesday, noon, American Council on Germany and German American Chambers of Commerce, Philadelphia, PA, “Models of Capitalism in the 21st Century: The U.S. vs. Europe”

March 1, Monday, 4 pm, University of Pennsylvania/Temple University, European Studies Colloquium, Philadelphia, PA

February 25, Thursday, author/book profile by Capitol Weekly,  Sacramento, CA

February 24, Wednesday, 7 pm, University of Colorado, Denver,  Colorado

February 24, Wednesday, interviewed on AM 760 Progressive Talk with host David Sirota, enver, Colorado

February 23, Tuesday, 6 pm, Denver World Affairs Council and American Council on Germany, Denver, Colorado

February 18, Thursday, 6 pm, World Affairs Council, San Francisco, California

February 16, Tuesday, noon, California State Association of Counties, Sacramento, California, “What the U.S. (Even California) Can Learn from Europe”

February 16, Tuesday, featured on Politico blog discussing the Greek debt crisis

February 14, Sunday, “Europe’s Promise” is featured salon/discussion topic on FireDogLake website

February 14, Sunday, interview on the BBC World Newshour about Greece’s deficits and the euro

February 12, Friday, interview on Democracy Now! with hosts Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez

February 9, Tuesday, 8 am, Deutsches Haus/American Council on Germany, 42 Washington Mews, “Germany’s Alternative to Wall Street Capitalism”

February 8, Monday, 6:30 pm, Political Salon, 302 Fifth Avenue, 11th floor, Idealist.org office, “Capitalism in the 21st Century: The United States vs. Europe”

February 8, Monday, noon, Demos, 220 Fifth Ave., 5th Floor, New York City

January 28, Thursday, interview on KPFK (Pacifica), Los Angeles, CA with host Ian Masters

January 25, Monday, interview on KPFA (Pacifica), Berkeley, CA with host Mitch Jeserich

January, 25, Monday, interview on KSFR (NPR affiliate), Santa Fe, with host Diego Mulligan

January 23, Saturday, interview on WZBC Radio in Boston/Boston College with host John Grebe

January 22, Friday, noon, debate on “Europe versus America” at New America Foundation, Washington DC

January 22, Friday, interview on White House Chronicle TV show (PBS) with host Llewellyn King

January 21, Thursday, noon, presentation at New America Foundation, Washington DC

January 20, Wednesday, 6:30 pm, presentation at Alliance Française de Washington

January 20, Wednesday, interview on Austrian Broadcasting Corporation

January 19, Tuesday, noon, Brookings Institute, Washington  DC

January 19, Tuesday, 7 pm, presentation to Young Professionals at Foreign Policy, Washington DC, www.ypfp.org

January 17, Sunday, interview on WTOP radio, host Dmitri Sotis, Washington DC