4th Annual Cleveland Humanities Festival: Nature

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On The Sound of Ideas, we'll explore some of the themes addressed in the 4th annual Cleveland Humanities Festival, coordinated by Case Western Reserve University, which centers this year on the intersection of nature and the arts. We’ll learn how artists have helped preserve our national parks, how nature is depicted in literature and the arts, and how the natural world impacts our culture and society. Join us.

Guests: 

-Dr. Peter Knox, PhD, Director, Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities, Case Western Reserve University 

-Robert Petty, Senior Director of Education, Yellowstone Forever 

-Harvey Webster, Chief Wildlife Officer and Museum Ambassador, Cleveland Museum of Natural History 

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