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Since 1990, world-renowned authors, scholars, poets, policy-makers, artists, and performers have gathered each November at Chicago's many cultural institutions to celebrate the power of ideas in human culture. And each year, tens of thousands of enthusiastic audience participants rediscover the rich and vital role the humanities play in their daily lives. This podcast aims to highlight some of the best programs from the 25 year festival archives.

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http://chicagohumanities.org
Description
CHF connects people and ideas to create a more informed, inspired, empathetic, and participatory society.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-03-13 06:10
last episode published
2017-11-08 21:59
publication frequency
11.0 days
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Number of Episodes
3
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Society & Culture Education Literature Performing Arts News & Politics Arts

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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
8.11.2017 http://chfmedia.net/podcast/images/chf_logo_1400.png

Inside BELIEF | Fictional narratives and Real experiences

Our Inside Belief podcast this week asks, "How do our fictional narratives interact with our real, lived experiences?" . . . . . . . . "Easygoing" Music by Podington Bear | soundofpicture.com
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2.11.2017 http://chfmedia.net/podcast/images/chf_logo_1400.png

Inside BELIEF | Utopias and Dystopias

Our Inside Belief podcast this week asks, "how do you maintain a space for utopian thinking -- or the possibility of change -- in a world that feels kind of...dystopian?" . . . . . . . . "Easygoing" Music by Podington Bear | soundofpicture.com
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17.10.2017 http://chfmedia.net/podcast/images/chf_logo_1400.png

CHF Podcast | Preview of Fallfest: BELIEF

Can faith, in a spiritual sense, be separated out from trust in the societal sense?
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