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Chautauqua Institution Lecture Series - 2016


Upcoming Shows:
Date: 05-27-2017
Michele Dunne & Kareem Ibrahim
Cairo: The Arab Megalopolis
Date: 05-27-2017
George W. McCarth & Neema Kudva
Stuck in the Middle
Date: 06-03-2017
Timur Yuskaev
When Push Comes to Shove: Deeper Politics of Religious Pluralism
Date: 06-03-2017
Saskia Sassen
Who Owns The City?
Date: 06-10-2017
John Phillip Newell and Diana Butler Bass
Friday Afternoon Lecture

2014
June 23
 
John Shelby Spong
Seperating the 4th Gosepel
June 23
 
Roger Rosenblatt and Friends
Tom Brokaw
June 24
 
John Shelby Spong
4th Gospel Warns Against Liberal Reading
June 25
 
John Shelby Spong
Johannine Characters: Literary Creations
June 26
 
John Shelby Spong
The Mother of Jesus: A Symbol of Judaism
June 26
 
Roger Rosenblatt
The Boy Detective: A New York Childhood
June 26
 
Roger Rosenblatt and Friends
Jules Feiffer
June 27
 
John Shelby Spong
The Cross In John: Not Tragedy But Triumph
June 27
 
Roger Rosenblatt and Friends
Paul Muldoon
June 28
 
Jeanne Nolan
From The Ground Up
June 30
 
Dennis Dimick & Jim Richardson
The Future of Food
June 30
 
Peter Eldelman
So Rich So Poor
July 01
 
Glenn C. Loury
The Divided Society and The Democratic Ideal
July 02
 
Harlan Beckley
Rethinking Poverty and Inequality
July 02
 
Sister Simone Campbell
With Economic Justice For All
July 03
 
John Hope Bryant
How The Poor Can Save Capitalism
July 04
 
Chang-rae Lee
On Such a Full Sea
July 04
 
Jonathan Foley
Can We Feed A Rapidly Growing World, Without Destroying the Planet?
July 05
 
Eleanor Clift
Two Weeks Of Life
July 07
 
Brad Allenby
Privacy, Ethics and Nostalgia
July 07
 
Jeffery Rosen
The Ethics of Privacy
July 07
 
Luke Timothy Johnson
Ancient and Modern Notions of Privacy
July 08
 
Abdullahi A. An-Na'im
American Culture(s) of Ramadan
July 08
 
Peter W. Singer
Cybersecurity and Cyberwar
July 09
 
Jill Abramson
The Secrecy Complex and The Press
July 09
 
Yehudah Mirsky
The Practice of Dignity in an Electronic Age
July 10
 
Amanda Lenhart
What Americans Think About Privacy
July 10
 
Chistopher Wakling
What I Did
July 10
 
Sharon Duke Estroff
Jewish Wisdom for Modern Millennial Parents
July 11
 
Alberto Gonzales and Ken Gormley
Privacy and National Security
July 11
 
Michael Lynch
Why Privacy Matters
July 12
 
John Butman
Breaking Out
July 14
 
Colin Campbell
The Birth of Global Citizenship
July 14
 
Joan Chittister
The Role and Risk of the Public Intellectual
July 15
 
Gordon S. Wood
Advice to Egyptians from the Founding Fathers
July 15
 
Malik Mujahid
Five Things for America, Islam and Democracy
July 16
 
Dalid Mogahed
Egypt: A Love Letter
July 16
 
Delman Coates
Wednesday 2PM Lecture
July 17
 
Eric Liu
America's Civil Religion
July 17
 
Jon Alterman
with Khaled Dawoud and Nader Bakkar
July 18
 
Herman Cain
The Role of a Citizen in a Just Democracy
July 18
 
Nancy Youssef
Friday Morning Lecture
July 19
 
Julia Angwin
Dragnet Nation
July 21
 
Ahkil Reed Amar
The Supreme Court
July 21
 
Patrick Griffin
America as Frontier: A View Of Our Past
July 21
 
Scotty McLennan
Religious Pluralism in the Developing American West
July 22
 
Cynthia Truelove
Tuesday Morning
July 22
 
John Wigger
Taking Heaven by Storm
July 23
 
Tink Tinker
How The West Was Lost
July 23
 
W. Richard West Jr.
Museums of the American West
July 24
 
Bruce Babbitt, Robert List, and Juliet Eilperin
Western American Politics
July 24
 
Frank X Walker
When Winter Come
July 24
 
Patrick Mason
Mormonism and the American West
July 25
 
Leslie Berlin
Silicon Valley and the American West
July 25
 
Sylvia Stanard
Scientology in America's Religious Landscape
July 26
 
Jonathan Zimmerman
Small Wonder: Little Red Schoolhouse
July 28
 
Kenneth P. Serbin
The Legacies of Brazilian Catholicism
July 29
 
Kelly E. Hayes
Envisioning the New Age of Brazil
July 29
 
Lourenco Bustani
Tuesday Morning Lecture
July 30
 
Brian Winter
Brazil: A Transformation
July 30
 
Rachel Harding
A Refuge in Thunder
July 31
 
Brian Winter
Why Soccer Matters
July 31
 
Deborah Wetzel
The Brazilian Economy: A Jaguar or a Capybara?
July 31
 
John S. Burdick
Racial Inequality and Religious Belief in Brazil
August 01
 
Jeffery Lesser
What's So New About the New Multicultural Brazil?
August 01
 
Paulo Sotero
Will Brazil Rise
August 02
 
Ken Gormley and Benton Becker
Ford's Pardon of Richard Nixon
August 04
 
Krista Tippett
with Roberto Mangabeira Unger
August 05
 
Krista Tippett
with Imani Perry
August 06
 
Krista Tippett
with Richard Rodriguez
August 07
 
Krista Tippett
with Michel Martin
August 08
 
Krista Tippett
with Nathan Schnieder
August 09
 
David Kozak
Midterm Elections 2014
August 11
 
Ori Soltes
Shaping National Identity in Georgia & Ukraine
August 12
 
Karen Armstrong
Religion and the History of Violence
August 13
 
Geoffrey Kemp with Dennis Ross
Middle East Update
August 13
 
Geshe Lobsang, Tenzin Negi
The Emory-Tibet Partnership
August 14
 
Ambrassador Michael Battle
Focus on Africa
August 14
 
Deborah Brautigam
China in Africa: Think Again
August 14
 
John Colman Wood
The Names of Things
August 15
 
John Esposito
The Global Religious Public Square
August 16
 
Doug Hough
What Behavioral Economics Reveals
August 18
 
Keith Yamamoto
Precision Medicine
August 18
 
Rebecca Brown
Dying Well in a Death-Phobic Society
August 19
 
Daniel Weinberger
Brain Development and Brain Aging
August 19
 
Emmanuel Lartery
Death is Like Birth
August 21
 
Hussein Rashid
Embracing Death to Live Life
August 21
 
Martha Hill
Have You Looked at Nursing Lately?
August 21
 
Sheri Fink
Five Days At Memorial
August 22
 
John Lumpkin
The Role of Innovation in Building a Culture of Health
August 22
 
Rabbi Samuel Stahl
Dying, Death and Beyond
August 23
 
Francesca Gino
Sidetracked
2016
January 07
 
John Shelby Spong
Matthew Introduces the Virgin Birth
January 07
 
John Shelby Spong
Right Out Of Central Casting
January 14
 
John Shelby Spong
The Shadow of Moses
January 14
 
Ann Patchett
Conversation with Roger Rosenblatt
January 21
 
John Shelby Spong
Judas Iscariot: Myth or History
January 28
 
Alan & Arlene Alda
with Roger Rosenblatt
January 28
 
Douglas Holladay
The Unintended Consequences of Money and Power
February 04
 
Trevor Potter
A Republic, If We Can Keep It
February 04
 
Mehrsa Baradaran
How The Other Half Banks
February 11
 
Rabbi Arthur Waskow
Whose Image IS on the Coin?
February 11
 
David Korten
Change the Story, Change the Future
February 18
 
John M. Buchanan
Your Money or Your Life
February 18
 
Tim Roemer
A Tsunami of Big Money on America
February 25
 
Bill Moyers
The Soul of Democracy
February 25
 
Andrew Young
What In The World Is God Doing?
March 04
 
Andrew Young, Bill Moyers, Rev. Raphael Warnock & Dr. Oyleye Ndoye
in Conversation
March 04
 
David Saperstein
Champions of Faith
March 11
 
Arthur C. Brooks
Tuesday Morning Lecture
March 11
 
Jim Wallis
The Bridge To A New America
March 18
 
Joyce Banda
Wednesday Morning Lecture
March 18
 
Ralph Reed
The Duty of Faith and Citizenship
March 25
 
Anna Maria Chavez
The Case For Moral Leadership In Todays Society
March 25
 
Joan Chittister & Daisy Khan
Women in Religion
April 01
 
David Weintraub
The Potential Impact of the Discovery of Planets Around Other Stars On Religion
April 01
 
Joshua Ambroius
Separation of Church and Space? How Religion Shapes Our Views Of Space
April 08
 
Father Jose Gabriel Funes
The Road Map To Other Earths: A Spiritual Journey
April 08
 
Jill Tarter
21st Century: The Biology of Earth and Beyond
April 15
 
Michael Waltermathe
Thursday Afternoon Lecture
April 15
 
Paul Root Wolpe
We Are Planetary Bodies
April 22
 
Karenna Gore
Belonging to the Earth
April 22
 
Ellen Bernstein
A Creator God and a Sence of Place: A Jewish Ecotheology
April 29
 
Abdulazizz Eddebbarh
Theology of Ecology, a Hope For the Environment
April 29
 
Susan M. Darlington
Interdependence, Impermanence and Buddhist Responses to the Environmental Crisis
May 06
 
Gerald Durley
Protecting and Saving the Planet Matters
May 06
 
David Simon
Two Americas in One City
May 13
 
Diana Butler Bass
The Sacred City
May 13
 
Sergio Fajardo & Carolina Barco
Tuesday Morning Lecture
May 20
 
Ronald Richard, Stephen Rowan and Robert Nosanchuk
Tuesday Afternoon Lecture
May 20
 
William Barber
The Need for a Moral Revival and a Third Reconstruction
May 27
 
Michele Dunne & Kareem Ibrahim
Cairo: The Arab Megalopolis
May 27
 
George W. McCarth & Neema Kudva
Stuck in the Middle
June 03
 
Timur Yuskaev
When Push Comes to Shove: Deeper Politics of Religious Pluralism
June 03
 
Saskia Sassen
Who Owns The City?
June 10
 
John Phillip Newell and Diana Butler Bass
Friday Afternoon Lecture
June 10
 
Nina Jablonski
Extreme Skin and Human Transformation
June 17
 
Ron Cole-Turner
Would You Make a Good Transhumanist?
June 17
 
James J. Hughes
Transcending the Limit of Our Humanity
June 24
 
Randy Schekman
Genome Editing: How It Works and What It Can Do
June 24
 
Robert M. Geraci
The Enhancement Game: Transcendent Bodies in Digital Worlds
July 01
 
Hava Tirosh-Samuelson
A Critique of Transhumanist Futurism
July 01
 
Ilia Delio
Transhumanism and Transcendence: What Are We Becoming with Our Technologies?
July 08
 
Rita Nakashima Brock
Moral Injury: The Hidden Legacy of War
July 08
 
Jonathan Shay
Moral Injury in War
July 15
 
Pamela Lightsey
Honorably Discharged to Dishonerable Conditions
July 15
 
Shareda Hosein
The Compassionate Side of Jihad: Strengthening the Soul
July 22
 
Paul K. Chappell
Why World Peace Is Possible
July 22
 
Bryan Doerries
The Theater of War
July 29
 
Dwight D. Andrews & Jared Jacobsen
The Theological and Social Evolution of Liturgical Hymns
July 29
 
Geoffrey Ward
Personal Love of Jazz
August 05
 
Steven Darsey & Timothy B. Miller
Historic Camp Meeting Music and Vernacular Sacred Song
August 05
 
Wendell Pierce
New Orleans Culture is a Melting Pot

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