Carnegie Mellon University

2018 Pittsburgh Humanities Festival

Continuum: Past, Present, Future

February 24 - March 4

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Core Conversations

Saturday, March 3

  • Rick Sebak: That’s Pittsburgh!
  • Should they Stay or Should They Go?: The Monuments Controversy
  • X Men Grand Design: Ed Piskor
  • Lou Reed: A Life – Anthony DeCurtis
  • A Requiem for Rice: A Tribute to Those Enslaved, Exploited, and Brutalized
  • The Fearless Benjamin Lay: The Quaker Dwarf who Became the First Revolutionary Abolitionist
  • Public Open Call

Saturday, March 4

  • Neurotribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity – Steve Silberman
  • Unwanted Advances: Sexual Paranoia Comes to Campus
  • The Magic of Storytelling: Jonathan Auxier
  • The Reactionary Mind: The Book that Predicted Trump
  • Meet the Fettermans
  • The Books You Are Missing: The Importance of Literary Translation
  • Ethics and AI Systems

Featured Events

Featured Events occur at the Byham Theater and the August Wilson Center. Featured events include NPR’s Guy Raz, National Geographic Live, We Are the XX and more! Discounted student pricing is also available.

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