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Internationally Recognized Author to Speak at Lecture Series
Media Newswire (press release) - Joel Kotkin, internationally recognized authority on global, economic, political and social trends, will be the final speaker for the fall 2010 Presidential Lecture & Performance Series at 7 p.m. Dec. 1 in the Allen Theatre at Texas Tech University’s Student Union Building.

Kotkin is the author of a new book titled “The Next Hundred Million: America in 2050,” which has received rave reviews from renowned media corporations such as The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, the Globe and Mail and National Public Radio. In the book, Kotkin delivers insight into how the nation will evolve in the next four decades.

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CA energy shortage looms amid shift to renewables  Capitol Weekly

In much of the country a powerful energy boom is providing a serious stimulus to economic growth. But in California, where fossil fuels are considered about as ...

China's Troubled Urban Future: 10 Blocks podcast  City Journal

Joel Kotkin joins Seth Barron to discuss China's urbanization, class tensions in Chinese cities, and the country's increasingly sophisticated population ...

Walton Family Foundation adds researchers to Walton Fellows Program

Bentonville-based Walton Family Foundation (WFF) has added two researchers to its Walton Fellows Program. Richard Florida and Joel Kotkin “will undertake ...

Joel Kotkin, Author at Tablet Magazine  Tablet Magazine

Data suggests that the more a religious movement is concerned with progressive causes, the more likely it is to rapidly lose members. By Joel Kotkin · March 1, ...

Trump says the country’s ‘full.’ Houston shows he’s wrong [Editorial]  Houston Chronicle

President Donald Trump claims “our country is full.” It's a premise that appears to support the administration's hostility toward asylum seekers, its rejection of ...

Climate change activists fight to protect our planet: Letters  OCRegister

Re “California's self-created future energy crisis” (Opinion, March 31):. Joel Kotkin's piece distorts reality as he looks for an enemy class among California's ...

Today's Cultural Engineers: The arbiters of taste loathe their audiences. | Joel Kotkin  City Journal

Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin once labeled writers and other creative people “engineers of the soul.” In his passion to control what people saw and read, Stalin ...

Amazon's abandonment of NYC is a break in its alliance with the Left.  City Journal

Amazon's decision to abandon New York City—leaving a $3 billion goodie bag of incentives on the table—represents a break in the progressive alliance ...

Despite Trump’s claim, the nation isn’t ‘full,’ experts say; much of U.S. needs more people  The Seattle Times

President Donald Trump has adopted a blunt new message in recent days for migrants seeking refuge in the United States: “Our country is full.” To the degree ...

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