Billy Graham spent his life declaring the end was near. That gave American Evangelicals a new beginning.
Faith-based ministries are on the rise in US prisons. They help countless people, but also raise questions of bias, coercion, and separation of church and state.
Why is Islam paradoxically one of the most hotly discussed—and least understood—topics today?
For David E. Smith, what began as flashes of doubt about his religious upbringing became a full blown crisis of faith. Now he uses the experience, and his fascination with philosophy, to discuss one of the most controversial questions of our time.
Bainbridge Performing Arts screens Winter’s Bone to correspond with their production of The Kentucky Cycle. Also look for Speakers Bureau presentations all around the state.
The community read program presents the author of Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail. Also upcoming; Speakers Bureau presentations and grant-funded events around the state.
Join Speakers Bureau’s Alex Alben for Analog Days: How Technology Changed our Culture in Seattle and Richland.
Humanities Washington’s roster of traveling presenters is offering ten new talks on humanities topics to spark new conversations in 2014.
Evergreen Prof. Ratna Roy talks about dance, Eastern Mysticism, and quantum physics – and how they are all intertwined.
Speakers Bureau’s Janet Oakley to present Tree Army: The Civilian Conservation Corps in Washington State, 1933-1941 as part of the programming for the traveling exhibit Hope in Hard Times: Washington During the Great Depression. Throughout the state, Speakers Bureau presentations abound, including the first in our Hazel Miller Conversations in the Humanities series.