I frequently present my work at conferences dealing with business history, urban history, planning, and public policy. Outside of academic settings, I have been invited to speak to a wide variety of groups and have advised companies such as Google about the history of cities and high-tech. I am happy to discuss my work (particularly issues such as copyright, piracy, music, urbanism, and economic development) with businesses, community groups and professional associations, radio and television programs, podcasts, and other forums.
Selected Media Appearances
Amy Kiley, “Atlanta BeltLine Could Get Millions from Tax Referenda,” Morning Edition, November 2, 2016, http://news.wabe.org/post/atlanta-beltline-could-get-millions-tax-referenda.
Rethinking the City with Julian Chambliss, September 26, 2016, https://archive.org/details/AlexCummings1.
Sanjena Sathian, “It Takes a Village to Change a City,” OZY, 21 December 2014, http://www.ozy.com/rising-stars-and-provocateurs/it-takes-a-village-to-change-a-city/37595.
“Is the BeltLine Bad for Atlanta?” On Second Thought with Celeste Headlee, WRAS radio (Atlanta), 22 December 2014, http://www.gpb.org/on-second-thought/episodes/147.
Daily History interview with Clinton Sandvick, 14 August 2014, http://dailyhistory.org/2014/08/14/2246/.
Pam Kelley, “Small Pigs, Fried Oreos, a Sea of Humanity,” Charlotte Observer, 29 June 2014.
Specific Gravity with Jeff Schechtman, 10 April 2013, at http://specific-gravity.blogspot.com/2013/04/music-piracy-and-remaking-of-american.html.
AirTalk with Larry Mantle, KPCC radio (Los Angeles), 8 April 2013, at http://www.scpr.org/programs/airtalk/2013/04/08/31243/does-selling-used-digital-music-equal-piracy/.