Cleveland Humanities Festival Preview

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April 1st through 10th is Case Western Reserve University’s first ever, Cleveland Humanities Festival.  This year's theme is "Remembering War"-- exploring the brutality and aftermath of war through art, education and performance. It’ll bring together 20 of Northeast Ohio’s cultural institutions. We’ll preview the event on our program and look at topics that impact Northeast Ohioans – including how to treat our own veterans who return from combat.

 

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Guests: 

-Peter Knox, Professor and Director of the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities, Case Western Reserve University

-Jonathan Shay, Keynote Speaker, 2007 MacArthur Fellow, Clinical Psychiatrist/Classicist

-Holly Witchey, Director, The Wade Project, Western Reserve Historical Society

-Peter Meineck, Warrior Chorus Leader, Clinical Professor, Classics Department, New York University

-Richard Chavez, Warrior Chorus Member

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