December 12, 2010. Chicago: The Jane Addams Commemorative Holiday was celebrated by AAUW-IL at the Jane Addams Hull-House Museum, Chicago.
December 11, 2010. Chicago, IL. A Celebration of Jane Addams Day. Knight spoke on "Jane Addams and the Progressive Tradition."
December 10, 2010. Chicago, IL. Remarks. at event organized by the Jane Addams Hull House Association, in honor of Jane Addams Day in Illinois. Palmer House.
November 3, 2010. Boston, MA: Boston Public Library. Moderated by Christopher Lydon, with Kathryn Lasky, Vivian Gornick, and Louise W. Knight each spoke on behalf of one of the three candidates for a retroactive book award for 1910: Edith Wharton, Emma Goldman and Jane Addams. Sponsored by the Associates of the Boston Public Library.
November 2, 2010. South Bend, IN: Lecture. Center for Spirituality, St. Mary's College.
October 22, 2010. New York City, NY. The Third Annual History Conference, The Graduate Center, City of University of New York. Remarks on Addams's suffrage rhetoric.
September 24, 2010. New York City. Keynote speaker at “From Hull House to Human Rights: A Jane Addams Symposium,” City College Center for Worker Education.
September 22, 2010. Chicago: Remarks to Leadership Illinois.
September 21, 2010. Chicago: Book launch in Chicago, at the Jane Addams Hull House Museum, 800 S. Halsted Street, University of Illinois Chicago campus,
September 16, 2010. Philadelphia. Lecture, Arcadia University,
September 15, 2010. Washington, D.C.:Lecture and discussion. The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, The Center is located at 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW.
September 13, 2010. New York City: Book Launch for Jane Addams: Spirit in Action at Demos, the progressive think-tank.
September 11, 2010. Evanston, IL . Talk at the Evanston Public Library.
September 10, 2010. Winnetka, IL. Talk at the Bookstall at Chestnut Court.
September 9, 2010. Interview on the Diane Rehm Show, WAMU 88.5 FM, Washington, D.C.
August 26, 2010. Chicago: Remarks at the celebration of the 90th anniversary of women gaining the vote. Hosted by the Chicago chapter of the American Association of University Women and the Chicago chapter of the League of Women Voters.
July 21, 2010. Chicago: Facing History and Ourselves Seminar, Young Women’s Leadership Charter School, Chicago.
June 12, 2010. Louise W. Knight was interviewed at the Printers Row Bookfair by C-Span BookTV.
May 20, 2010. Evanston, IL Remarks at a luncheon organized by University Circle. Guild Lounge, Scott Hall, Northwestern University.
April 30, 2010. Evanston, IL. Commentator on papers presented at the workshop, "The Promise and Perils of Biography" at Northwestern University.
October, 2009. Milwaukee, WI. Member of a panel on "Women as Peacemakers," Peace and Justice Association conference.
September 25, 2009. Des Moines, IA. Talk, "Jane Addams: A Strong, Feisty Woman." WILPF Chapter of Des Moines.
April 17, 2009. Glen Ellyn, IL. Talk, "Jane Addams," Glen Ellyn League of Women Voters meeting.
December 7, 2008. Chicago, IL. "Jane Addams as a Community Organizer." WILPF/AAUW- Jane Addams Day event, Hull House Museum, University of Illinois -Chicago campus.
October 23, 2008. Rockford, IL. "Jane Addams: An Applied Sociologist." Keynote speaker, Joint meeting of the IL and WI Sociological Associations, Rockford College.
May 2008. Evanston, IL. "Jane Addams in Evanston: Patriotism and Free Speech in Wartime." Current Events Class of Evanston.
May 2008. Chicago, IL. Talk, "What Jane Addams Learned from Chicago." Chicago Cultural Center.
May 7,2008. Chicago, IL. "Love on Halsted Street: A Contemplation on Jane Addams." Talk at the Center on Halsted Street, Gay and Lesbian Center of Chicago.
April 8, 2008. Milwaukee, WI. "Claims and Entitlements: Jane Addams and Human Rights at the Turn of the Last Century." Human Rights Conference, Marquette University.
April 1, 2008. Elgin, IL. Lecture on Jane Addams, Gail Borden Public Library, Co-sponsored by AAUW-Elgin. Lecture title,"Jane Addams and the Potential of Women: Her Growth as a Social Reformer."
March 22, 2008. Chicago, IL. Talk, "What a Settlement House Can Teach." Public Saturday Lecture on Jane Addams at Newberry Library.
February 15, 2008. Ann Arbor, MI. "Imagining Female Power: One Woman's Path from Obedience to Leadership." Lecture on Jane Addams, Institute for Research on Women and Gender, University of Michigan.
December 10, 2007. Chicago, IL. Remarks,luncheon in honor of Jane Addams Day, at Jane Addams Hull House Museum, University of Illinois.
December 10, 2007. Chicago,IL. Interview,"Chicago Tonight," Channel 11, WTTW, Chicago public television.
May 31st, 2007. New York City, NY. Demos Forum Lecture, "Engaging in Democracy: Jane Addams and the Development of Political Consciousness."
July 9th, 2007 . Lenox, MA. Lecture at The Mount, the Edith Wharton Museum.
August 24, 2006. Chautauqua, NY. Lecture at the Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, NY,
June 3, 2006. Chicago, IL. Booktalk at Printer's Row Bookfair.
April 19, 2006. Washington, D.C. Talk at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
March 24, 2006. Charlottesville, VA. C-SPAN interview at the Virginia Festival of the Book.
March 21, 2006. Berkeley, CA. Interview on the Morning Show, KPFA ( Berkeley) Radio
November 29, 2005. Chicago, IL. Interview on Chicago Public Radio, "848" Program. April 1, 2008 – 7 p. m. - Lecture on Jane Addams, Gail Borden Public LIbrary,Elgin, Illinois, Lecture co-sponsored by AAUW-Elgin. Lecture title,"Jane Addams and the Potential of Women: Her Growth as a Social Reformer."