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The Legal Fight for Transgender Rights Chicago Hu...

The Legal Fight for Transgende...

ACLU staff attorney and trans-activist Chase Strangio is at the epicenter of the legal push for LGBTQ rights. He worked for marriage equality before t...


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Jonathan Eig: Ali - A Life Chicago Hu...

Jonathan Eig: Ali - A Life

Finally, after so many works focusing on this fight or that, the whole man, the whole life, is presented here. And what a revelation it is…Bravo!”...


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Robert Shiller: Belief and the Economy Chicago Hu...

Robert Shiller: Belief and the...

Professor of economics at Yale University and co-creator of the Case-Shiller Index of U.S. home prices, Robert Shiller has written extensively on just...


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CROWD OUT CHICAGO: Presented by Chicago Humanities Festival and Illinois Humanities Chicago Hu...

CROWD OUT CHICAGO: Presented b...

Co-produced by the Chicago Humanities Festival and Illinois Humanities, CROWD OUT made its dramatic U.S. premiere on October 1, 2017, in Chicago's mos...


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Robert Jones: Religion, Race, and Partisanship- Understanding America Chicago Hu...

Robert Jones: Religion, Race, ...

Drawing on decades of social science research, Robert P. Jones, CEO of the Public Religion Research Institute and author of The End of White Christian...


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Ancient Faith and the Fall of Cahokia Chicago Hu...

Ancient Faith and the Fall of ...

Most ancient peoples, from Asia to the Americas, would not have known how to answer the question, “What do you believe in?” Religion was about lif...


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On Being with Krista Tippett and Ta-Nehisi Coates Chicago Hu...

On Being with Krista Tippett a...

In her Peabody-award winning public radio show and podcast, On Being, Krista Tippett provides a space for deep and meaningful conversations with profo...


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Jill Soloway: Transparent Chicago Hu...

Jill Soloway: Transparent

Jill Soloway's Emmy award-winning Amazon series Transparent, a wholly original take on the complex interplay between gender identity, sexual politics,...


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On Faith, Doubt, and Joy Chicago Hu...

On Faith, Doubt, and Joy

See upcoming CHF events: http://chicagohumanities.org In his 2013 memoir 'My Bright Abyss: Meditation of a Modern Believer', poet and scholar Christia...


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Kevin Young: Bunk, Humbug, and Fake News Chicago Hu...

Kevin Young: Bunk, Humbug, and...

There goes Kevin Young again, giving us books we greatly need, cleverly disguised as books we merely want. Unexpectedly essential.” — Marlon James...


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Khalil Gibran Muhammad: Reflecting on Civil Rights Chicago Hu...

Khalil Gibran Muhammad: Reflec...

Khalil Gibran Muhammad is one of America's leading public intellectuals on civil rights and the African-American experience. Currently at the Harvard ...


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Joe Swanberg Films Chicago Chicago Hu...

Joe Swanberg Films Chicago

If filmmaking in Chicago is having a renaissance, one of the people most responsible is Joe Swanberg. Since 2005, the indie filmmaker has averaged at ...


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Julio Bermudez: Seeking a Spiritual City Chicago Hu...

Julio Bermudez: Seeking a Spir...

Architect Julio Bermudez asks you to expand your definition of a sacred space beyond mosques, cathedrals, and other religious sanctuaries. Cities, he ...


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Scott Kelly: Endurance Chicago Hu...

Scott Kelly: Endurance

The American record holder for consecutive days spent in space, astronaut Scott Kelly comes to CHF to deliver a candid account of his remarkable voyag...


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Is Believing a Matter of Feeling? Chicago Hu...

Is Believing a Matter of Feeli...

Many of us shy away from saying what we “believe” but are much more open about how or what we "feel."?? Does that suggest some fundamental shift w...


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Henry David Thoreau and the Necessity of Conviction Chicago Hu...

Henry David Thoreau and the Ne...

For generations, Henry David Thoreau has been a model of how to live according to one's deepest convictions. His writing inspired Gandhi's doctrine of...


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Andrei Soldatov: Russia Chicago Hu...

Andrei Soldatov: Russia's Cybe...

The 2016 election and its aftermath have called into fundamental question the integrity of our political system and our media. Charges of Russian inte...


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Painting the Black Gospel Chicago Hu...

Painting the Black Gospel

In Painting the Gospel: Black Public Art and Religion in Chicago, art historian Kymberly Pinder provides a fascinating survey of some of the stunning ...


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Dava Sobel: The Glass Universe Chicago Hu...

Dava Sobel: The Glass Universe

In the mid-19th century, the Harvard College Observatory began employing women as “human computers” to interpret the observations their male count...


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Alan Alda and Edward O  Wilson: The Humanities, Sciences, and the Origins of Creativity Chicago Hu...

Alan Alda and Edward O Wilson...

For more than a decade, actor and author Alan Alda hosted PBS's Scientific American Frontiers, interviewing scientists from physicists to neuroscienti...


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