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Chicago Humanities Festival Videos

Why Graphic!? An Interview with Alison Cuddy Chicago Hu...

Why Graphic!? An Interview wit...

Ever wondered how CHF comes up with our Festival themes? Marilynn Thoma Artistic Director Alison Cuddy breaks down this year's theme and gives a previ...


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Mark Bittman: How To Grill Everything Chicago Hu...

Mark Bittman: How To Grill Eve...

Grilled burgers and steaks may be the stuff of summer cooking dreams, but fruit, vegetables, and even bread, taste way better when grilled. Mark Bittm...


5 months ago

Stephanie Izard: Gather & Graze Chicago Hu...

Stephanie Izard: Gather & Graz...

Since becoming Top Chef's first female winner, Stephanie Izard opened three iconic restaurants in Chicago, traveled around China, and became an Iron C...


5 months ago

The Places of American Memory Chicago Hu...

The Places of American Memory

As Confederate memorials across the United States come down, new monuments are rising, commemorating anti-slavery efforts, women's suffrage, and even ...


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Alexander Chee How to Write an Autobiographical Novel Chicago Hu...

Alexander Chee How to Write an...

In the age of selfies and Instagram stories, what is the status of traditional autobiography? Novelist Alexander Chee dares to double down on the form...


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Molly Crabapple: Drawing Blood Chicago Hu...

Molly Crabapple: Drawing Blood

In the hands of artist and journalist Molly Crabapple, drawing is a powerful and flexible political tool. She's used it to document some of the most s...


5 months ago

How Does Storytelling Shape Design? Chicago Hu...

How Does Storytelling Shape De...

Visual communication may seem to require an advanced degree in art or technology. It turns out, though, that your favorite app shares many characteris...


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Where Chicago Hu...

Where's the Remote?

TV fans, take note. Even as technology threatens to send the television remote control to a seat-cushioned grave of obsolescence, media scholar Caetli...


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What Chicago Hu...

What's In an Inkblot?

The century-old test Rorschach Test, a set of ten “inkblots” originally designed to understand the connection between how people see and what they...


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Visualizing The Media Chicago Hu...

Visualizing The Media

Newspapers and other media outlets have dramatically changed how they present the news, using graphics to drive stories, following a “mobile imperat...


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How Democracies Die Chicago Hu...

How Democracies Die

Is our democracy in danger? Harvard professor Steven Levitsky, argues that America is not immune from the authoritarian slide that has caused democrac...


5 months ago

The One Device: The Secret History of the iPhone Chicago Hu...

The One Device: The Secret His...

Odds are that as you read this, some kind of mobile device—and immediate access to a universe of visual content—is within reach. How did a simple ...


5 months ago

Unflattening: Thinking Through Images Chicago Hu...

Unflattening: Thinking Through...

The primacy of words over visual images has deep roots in Western culture. What if the two are inextricably linked, equal partners in how humans think...


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Jesmyn Ward: Sing, Unburied, Sing Chicago Hu...

Jesmyn Ward: Sing, Unburied, S...

Two-time National Book Award-winner Jesmyn Ward joins us for a discussion of her most recent novel, Sing, Unburied, Sing, a profound Southern odyssey ...


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Covering #MeToo Chicago Hu...

Covering #MeToo

If CHF had to pick just one event to sum up the current zeitgeist, it would have to be what we've all come to know as #MeToo. From the stories of sexu...


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War and What Comes After: Conversation with Clemantine Wamariya Chicago Hu...

War and What Comes After: Conv...

The stories of people seeking refuge, shaped by political violence and geographic displacement, are many, and Clemantine Wamariya has her own singular...


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Graphic Novels and Identity Chicago Hu...

Graphic Novels and Identity

In her illustrated memoir 'The Best We Could Do', Thi Bui explores her experience as the child of refugees from Vietnam, her family's harrowing escape...


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Russian Roulette: Inside Putin Chicago Hu...

Russian Roulette: Inside Putin...

The extent of Russian hacking in the 2016 presidential election represents a brazen new threat to American democracy. As the story continues to unfold...


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Ai WeiWei on Humanity in Conversation with Ian Buruma Chicago Hu...

Ai WeiWei on Humanity in Conve...

Ai WeiWei is one of the world's most celebrated artists. Famous for his work across multiple mediums (sculpture, installation, photography, performanc...


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Hanif Abdurraqib: They Can Chicago Hu...

Hanif Abdurraqib: They Can't K...

Poet, writer, and cultural critic Hanif Abdurraqib uses his distinctly ruminative voice and deep investment in popular culture and music to dissect th...


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