“How to Think Critically About Interstellar Flight”, Spring 2024 LASI 150 Interstellar Seminar.

“How to Think Critically About Interstellar Flight”, Spring 2023 LASI 150 Interstellar Seminar.

“The Ethics of Planetary Protection”, Spring 2023 LASI 150 Interstellar Seminar.

Note the viewer: The following lecturers were delivered under my deadname.

“The Accessible Universe: On the Choice to Require Bodily Modifications for Space Exploration”, SSoCIA 2022 online meeting, December 2022.

From Here to the Stars Episode 19 feature interview.  The episode aired 5 October 2021, but it was recorded a year or so before.

“A Right to Return to Earth? Emigration Policy for the Lunar State.” The Institutions of Extraterrestrial Liberty, University of Edinburgh, June 2021. My talk begins at 04:37:12.

“Planetary Protection: Is Life All That Matters?” Philosophical Issues in Space Science Seminar Series, Durham University, February 2021.

“Rethinking How We Talk About Space.” Lone Star College Writers, Speakers, and Ideas series, January 2021.

“The Accessible Universe: On the Choice To Require Bodily Modification for Space Exploration.” 2020 Virtual Meeting of the Society for Social and Conceptual Issues in Astrobiology, December 2020.

“Near-Earth Resources: Short-Term Limitations with Interstellar Consequences.” Sixth Interstellar Symposium and Advanced Propulsion Workshop, Wichita, KS, November 2019.

“Concepts of Intrinsic Value for Planetary Protection Ethics.” AstroBio2019, Barry Blumberg Memorial Workshop, Green Bank Observatory, July 2019.  My talk starts at 00:43:50. I am also in the panel discussion on Astrobiology in the Popular Imagination starting at 01:09:21.

“Worldship Ethics 101: The Shipborn.” Presented at the 2017 Tennessee Valley Interestellar Workshop in October 2017.

“Where No Planetary Protection Policy Has Gone Before.” Presented at the 2016 Tennessee Valley Interstellar Workshop in March 2016.

“Why Should Philosophers Care About Space Exploration?” Presented to the Wichita State University Philosophy Department in March 2015.