Conversation at Yakima’s Gilbert Cellars on Nov. 7 explores the changing shape of news coverage.
Alben, a member of the 2012-14 Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau, recently spoke with The Conversation’s Ross Reynolds about how technology and media are changing the way our society communicates and interacts.
Humanities Washington presents Dirty Business: A History of Negative Campaigning in Spokane at No-Li Brewhouse.
Acclaimed Northwest authors Kim Barnes, Jim Lynch, Shann Ray and Nance Van Winckel, with emcee Jess Walter, present new short stories at Humanities Washington’s inaugural Bedtime Stories Spokane event Sept. 28.
Tonight’s conversation promises to be a lively one. Join us in person at Seattle’s Naked City Brewery & Taphouse, or check out this post for live updates from the event. *** UPDATED LIVE AT THE MAY 9 EVENT: Attendees share their thoughts about the most influential female images in media and pop culture.
The scholars sat down with Spark to discuss female pop-culture icons, shifting social mores and the complexities of diversity. They’ll tackle the same topics live during next week’s free Think & Drink discussion at Seattle’s Naked City Brewery & Taphouse. Join us!