Today I’m going to be on the radio here in New York at 12:40 pm, talking about the new documentary Chekhov for Children. The film tells a bizarre and wonderful story out of the NYC of the 1970s — a story about public schools and the arts and what childhood is really like.

On Thursday Chekhov for Children has its New York premiere at Lincoln Center. The screening is at 6:30 pm, and I’ll be appearing on a panel discussing the movie right after the show. Tickets are still available.

And on Friday morning I fly to Montreal to participate in the conference Universities at the Crossroads: Crisis in Post-Secondary Education at McGill University. The conference, which begins at 3 pm, is free to attend and open to the public. I’ll be speaking and answering questions from 5:30 to 7:00, with a wine and cheese reception immediately following.

All that plus I get to teach the Bill of Rights, the flappers, and the history of ancient India at my day job. Should be fun.