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Current and Recent Appearances

Patrick presents at many conferences and events throughout the year. Check back regularly as additions and updates are common.

Books Signings for Hannibal
(all times are PST unless noted)


Jul 10, 10am Mark Klobas New Books Network Podcast,
click here to listen to the podcast!
Jul 12, 11am Francisca Club, San Francisco
Jul 13, 8am Knowledge@Wharton Radio/Sirius XM Show
July 17 Smithsonian Newsletter Q&A with Patrick Hunt
Jul 18, 7pm Books, Inc.  Burlingame, CA
Jul 20, 1pm KPFA Radio "Letters and Politics" Show
94.1 FM   Berkeley, CA
Jul 24, 7pm Book Passage Corte Madera, CA
Aug 2, 7pm Books, Inc., Palo Alto, CA
Aug  5, 1:30-3:30pm Copperfields Books, Petaluma, CA
Aug 9, 5pm Radio KZSU 90.1 FM Stanford, Stace Maples Show
Aug 15, 11am Barnes and Noble, Bend, OR
Aug 17, 7pm Livermore Public Library, CA - Reading and Signing
Aug 19, 11am-1pm Copperfields Books; Calistoga, CA
Aug 23, 7:30pm Pegasus Bookstore, Berkeley, CA
Aug 25, 6:30pm Gallery Bookshop & Bookwinkle's in Mendocino, CA
Sept 2 NatGeo Hannibal Lecture and Book Signing; Zermatt, Switzerland
Sept 10 AIA Hannibal Lecture and Book Signing; Piacenza, Italy
Oct 13, 7pm Institute for Western Civilization, Cupertino, CA
Oct 19, 6:45pm Stanford Bookstore
Oct 22, 3pm Belmont Public Library, Reading and Signing
Nov 2 Barnes and Noble, Edina MN
Nov 4 New Ulm Public Library, New Ulm, MN - Reading and Signing
Nov 9, 3:30pm Vi Auditorium, Vi Residences, 620 Sandhill Rd., Palo Alto, CA
Nov 13, noon CMRS Medieval Hannibal Lecture; UCLA, CA
Nov 13, TBD Los Angeles, CA area Bookstores
Nov 14, 11am Viewpoint School; Calabasas, CA
Nov 16, 7pm Barnes and Noble, Edina, MN
Nov 18, TBD National Geographic Learning Hannibal's Secret Weapon, NCSS National Conference, Moscone Center, SF
Nov 30, 7pm Burlingame Public Library, CA
Dec 13, 7:30pm Powell Books, City of Books, Portland, OR
Jan 3-5 Hannibal Seminar, Nueva School, San Mateo, CA
Jan 20, 10am - 3pm OSHER Santa Clara University, part 1
Jan 25, 6:30pm-8:30pm Humanities West Hannibal Salon, The Rex, San Francisco. "Where O Where Did Hannibal Cross the Alps?"
Jan 27, 10am-3pm OSHER Santa Clara University, part 2
Feb 9, 7pm-8pm Houston AIA/Christchurch Cathedral
Mar 8, 6:30pm-7:30pm San Ramon Public Library
Apr 4, 7:00pm-8:00pm Stanford University CSP Rome vs Carthage: The Punic Wars
Apr 14, 3:00pm-5:00pm Hannibal at Junior Classical League Convention, Menlo School
Apr 18, 7:00pm-8:00pm The Half King Reading Panel: Pen, Paper, Plate
May 9, 11:30am-12:30pm Century Club, San Francisco



USNWCU.S. Naval War College,
Newport, Rhode Island

January, 2017

Several days of invited lectures on Hannibal and Greek and Ancient Military History for the College of Operational and Strategic Leadership.


Celtic Cauldron

Renaissance Society of America
Humboldt University, Berlin

March 26-28, 2015

Patrick presented the paper, "De Profundis: Deeper Magdalene Iconography in Art"


National Geographic Learning:
Colorado Council for the Social Studies

Dr. Patrick Hunt, Keynote Speaker
April 18th, 2014, Denver, CO


OtziFrozen in Time -
The Story of Otzi the Iceman

Dr. Patrick Hunt - Distinguished Lecture Series,
May 14th, 2013

Co-sponsored by the Archaeological Institute of America, Houston. He also spoke on Otzi for a week in Houston, including at the Houston Health Museum, among other places, on the latest forensic discoveries reconstructing this 5,300 year old preserved case found in the Tyrolean Alps at 10,500 feet elevation in 1991.

Patrick spoke on CSI Forensic Research on Otzi.

National Geographic The Greeks: Marathon 2016

The Greeks

NOVA The Iceman Reborn 2015

Nova: The Iceman Reborn

National Geographic NOVA Iceman Murder Mystery 2010

Nova: Iceman Murder Mystery

National Geographic Death of the Ice Man 2008

Nat Geo: Death of the Ice Man



Global Documentary Series, Fall 2012
Patrick Hunt is a featured scholar on multiple episodes for archaeology and history.
more information...


Lichetenstein Coat of Arms


Dr. Patrick Hunt gave a public lecture in Vaduz at the Liechtenstein National Landesmuseum on "Hannibal in the Alps". Prof. Dr. Rainer Volkommer, Museum Director, was Master of Ceremonies and also participated and translated for the evening event, which included a televised pre-lecture interview on Liechtenstein national television.