I've just been taking stock of my future gigs for another purpose. I think this is all that I have booked up for the moment. Some of these are open to the public, but others are not. The next one is a staff seminar for Philosophy and Religious Studies, in a couple of days (or as I just know Ophelia would prefer, a couple of days' time).
Then a similar topic the following evening at the Socrates Café forum at Berkelouw Books in Newtown (starting 6.30).
I'll be on various items at the World Science Fiction Convention in Melbourne, in early September, but at this stage I can only list one as locked in with a definite (I think) date and time. Other things will doubtless crop up during this time period: some of them are known unknowns and some are unknown unknowns.
Here's the full list as best as I can put it together right now.
10 August 2010: "Moral Scepticism and its Implications." School of Humanities and Social Science, University of Newcastle, seminar (Newcastle).
11 August 2010: "Why Morality is a Myth: How to be a Moral Sceptic and Still Be A Good Person." Berkelouw Books (Sydney).
25 August 2010: "Separation of Church and State." University of Newcastle Atheist Society (Newcastle).
5 September 2010: "Science Fiction and Technoscience: A Love/Hate Relationship." World Science Fiction Convention (Melbourne).
11 September 2010: "Survival Beyond the Flesh." Singularity Summit AU (Melbourne).
14 September 2010: "Living in a World Without Objective Values." Atheist Society (Mebourne).
21 September 2010: "The New Atheism." Crossway Conference (Melbourne).
1 February 2011: "Thomas Pynchon." Existentialist Society (Melbourne).