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Pittsburg Humanities Festival

  • Trust Arts Education Center 805 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, PA, 15222 United States (map)

David Blight will participate in the conversation "Should They Stay or Should They Go?: The Monuments Controversy" with historian Nina Silber, moderated by Germaine Williams, at the 2018 Pittsburgh Humanities Festival on March 3, 2018. The festival is hosted by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and the Humanities Center at Carnegie Mellon University. This event is a Core Conversation at the 2018 Pittsburgh Humanities Festival and will be held at the Trust Arts Education Center, 805 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15222.

The Pittsburgh Humanities Festival, in the Cultural District, brings together internationally-renowned academics, artists, and intellectual innovators offering interviews, intimate conversations, and select performances focused on art, literature, music, science, policy, politics, and more—all helping us to explore what it means to be human. It’s smart talk about stuff that matters. This year, the Festival explores the theme of Continuum: Past, Present, and Future.

For more information: https://trustarts.org/production/55529

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