OHIO CHAUTAUQUA 2017: THE NATURAL WORLD
Step back in time when history puts on a show at Ohio Chautauqua exploring The Natural World. The five-day event combines living history performances and workshops for a one-of-a-kind cultural event the entire family will enjoy. This summer,
Ohio Chautauqua will travel to four historic communities:
Burton: June 6-10 Clifton: June 13-17
Warren: June 20-24 Milan: June 27-July 1
The Legacy of Race and Ethnicity in Ohio
Responding to an initiative underwritten by the National Endowment for the Humanities, the OH Speakers Bureau has three themed-presentations available for thoughtful community dialogue about issues of race and ethnicity.
The Community Within: African American History in Rural Ohio
, Ric Sheffield, JD
The Jewish and Interfaith Experience in Ohio,
Rabbi Gary P. Zola, PhD
Ohio's KKK of the 1920s: Terrorizing Immigrants and Catholics
, William Trollinger, PhD
Each scholar uses a national and statewide framework to explore where we've been, where we are, and to weigh the question, where do we want to be? Visit
to book one of these speakers.