Eli Finkel in conversation with Dan Savage
The All-or-Nothing Marriage Penguin Random House
Tuesday • September 26 • 7pm
University Temple United Methodist Church The Sanctuary, 1415 NE 43rd Street
Discussion & Book Signing
Award-winning psychologist Eli J. Finkel discusses his new book, The All-or-Nothing Marriage, in conversation with iconic Seattle love columnist Dan Savage.
The institution of marriage in America is struggling. But as Finkel's most recent research reveals, the best marriages today are better than the best marriages of earlier eras. Indeed, they are the best marriages the world has ever known. Still, the quality of the average marriage is in decline. This book reverse engineers the best marriagesfrom the "traditional" to the utterly nontraditionalshowing how any marriage can be better.
Tickets are $28 and available at brownpapertickets.com. Your ticket includes a copy of the book and you can bring a guest!
The Pack Rewards members also receive VIP seating for the event for up to two. Must show UW ID.
Eli J. Finkel is a professor of psychology and of management and organizations at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and the director of the Relationships and Motivation Lab. He has published more than one hundred scholarly papers and has won the most prestigious early career awards in both social psychology and relationship science. He is among the youngest scholars ever to serve as an associate editor of the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, the top journal in his field, where he is also a widely published author.
Dan Savage's column, "Savage Love," is a nationally syndicated sex-advice column read by more than four million people each week. He has written the column for eight years, and it runs in twenty-six newspapers in the United States and Canada. He also writes "Dear Dan," an online advice column for ABCNews.com. Savage is the associate editor of The Stranger in Seattle and a regular contributor to This American Life on NPR and is the author of Savage Love (Plume), a collection of his advice columns. He lives in Seattle, Washington.