Author + Talks provide opportunities for lively discussions with local and national authors, scholars, historians, artists, and creative thinkers on a variety of humanities topics and subjects. These programs are free and encourage an environment of learning, reflection, and conversation. Author + Talks can occur anywhere throughout the state but are most often hosted at the Ellis-Shackelford House, home of Arizona Humanities.
Stay tuned for Fall 2017 Author + Talks!
Visit the Events Calendar for complete programs list.
Jana Rivers Norton – Edith Wharton: When Words First Spoke – June 8
Jerry Garcia – Prisoners Without Chains: The Forced Relocation of Japanese Mexicans, 1942-1945 -May 16
Dr. Alan Eladio Gómez – We are the Crisis: Between Freedom Dreams and the Re-Birth of a Nation – April 6
Marlon M. Bailey – Butch Queens Up in Pumps – February 15
Angelina E. Castagno – When whiteness trumps good intentions: Exploring inequity, niceness, and diversity in schools – January 19
Jan Krulick-Belin – November 2
Dr. Rashad Shabazz – October 13
Elsie M. Szecsy – September 15
Anne A. Wilson – August 23
Robert Isenberg – June 7
Meredith Whiteley – May 20
Dr. Warren H. Stewart, Sr. – January 21
Truth B. Told – December 5