Dr. Jordan B. Peterson, the influential psychologist, author, and cultural commentator, today announced his We

Who Wrestle With God Tour. The 51-city tour kicks off on February 4th at Providence Performing Arts Center in

Providence, RI, with stops across the U.S. in Chicago, IL; Atlanta, GA; Las Vegas, NV, and more before wrapping up

in Wallingford, CT, at Toyota Oakdale Theatre on June 11. It includes a Saturday, April 13 stop at Oklahoma City’s Paycom Center.

Dr. Jordan B. Peterson is a best-selling author, psychologist, Professor Emeritus at the University of Toronto, and co-founder of Peterson Academy. The Jordan B Peterson podcast frequently tops the charts in the Education category. He has written three books, Maps of Meaning, an academic work, presenting a new scientifically-grounded theory of religious and political belief, and the bestselling 12 Rules for Life, and Beyond Order, which have sold more than twelve million copies. With his wife, Tammy, Dr. Peterson's international lecture tour has sold out more than 400 venues, providing live insight into the structure of mythology and narrative to hundreds of thousands of people. For twenty years, he taught some of the most highly regarded courses at Harvard and the University of Toronto, while publishing more than a hundred well-cited scientific papers with his students and co-authors. Dr. Peterson's online programs, selfauthoring.com and understandmyself.com have helped tens of thousands of people inquire deeply into the structure of their personalities, develop a vision for their future, and sort out the details of their pasts. He maintained an active clinical and consulting practice during this period, helping individuals across the full spectrum of ability and temperament deal with the complexities of their

lives and situations.His online education platform petersonacademy.com, launching early 2024, aims to provide

high-quality, enjoyable, affordable online education and social networking worldwide.


Sat Apr 13 - Oklahoma City, OK - Paycom Center