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    The Lonely Century

    Economist and bestselling author Noreena Hertz shared her views on technology, social media, and societal isolation. The virtual event was hosted by Town Hall Seattle in Seattle, Washington.

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    Beethoven and the United States

    A panel of music scholars discussed the life of Ludwig van Beethoven and his popularity in the United States from the 19th century to the present day. The National Archives hosted this…

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    Now What?

    Wellstone Books publisher Steve Kettmann and contributors Cynthia Tucker and Anthony Scaramucci shared their thoughts about the aftermath of the 2020 presidential election and the direction…

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    Open Phones, Part 1

    Viewers responded to the question “Is there a ‘cancel culture’ against conservatives?”

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    Wow, No Thank You

    Essayist Samantha Irby shared her thoughts on identity, body image, and her writing style. This virtual event was sponsored by Town Hall Seattle.

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    Girl Decoded

    Affectiva co-founder Rana el Kaliouby discussed her invention of Emotion AI, the programming of artificial intelligence to read non-verbal cues and detect emotions.

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    In the Suburbs

    This Redbook Magazine film shows how young adults with children are a booming demographic and argues that the magazine can help them navigate a new way of life. It uses photographs, magazine text,…

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    Life of Hollywood Artist Milicent Patrick

    Author and filmmaker Mallory O’Meara discussed her book, "The Lady from the Black Lagoon: Hollywood Monsters and the Lost Legacy of Milicent Patrick, which explores the life of the Disney…

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    They're Not Listening

    Political consultants Harlan Hill and Ryan Girdusky offered their thoughts on the rise of nationalist populist movements in the U.S. and abroad. This virtual event was sponsored by SAFE…

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    1970s and '80s Deindustrialization of the U.S.

    Loyola University Chicago Professor Michelle Nickerson taught a class on the deindustrialization of the U.S. in the 1970s and '80s and how music and popular culture of the period reflected…

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    Left to Their Own Devices

    Julie Albright talked about Left to Their Own Devices: How Digital Natives Are Reshaping the American Dream. In her book she explored the intersection of social behavior and technology and…

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    Discussion on Hate

    Authors talked about prejudice, bias and hate during a discussion from the 2018 Brooklyn Book Festival.

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    Hugh Hefner, Good or Bad for America?

    New York Times columnist Ross Douthat and University of Missouri Professor Steven Watts debated whether Playboy founder Hugh Hefner was good or bad for America.

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    Technology, Culture, Information and Politics

    Writers and authors discussed the changes in and future of technology, culture, politics and communication. They spoke at the Weekly Standard's annual political summit in Colorado Springs.…

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    Andrew Cline on Political Leadership

    Columnist Andrew Cline talked about his recent USA Today article on the future of political leadership: “America is Done with Adults Like Paul Ryan. Donald Trump and Celebrities are the…

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    Morality in America

    The Fordham Center on Religion and Culture hosted a panel discussion on changing concepts and boundaries of morality in the United States, with a focus on changing perceptions of the media…

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    President Trump Meeting with Trick-or-Treaters

    President Trump met with young trick-or-treaters in the Oval Office.

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    Open Phones, Part 1

    Telephone lines were open for viewer calls and social media comments on for the question: “Are late-night comedians too political?” President Trump and his Cabinet had been frequent targets…

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    Politics and Popular Culture

    Ken Walsh talked about celebrity culture in relation to the 2016 election and how the phenomenon had shaped presidential politics in recent decades. He is the author of Celebrity in Chief:…

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    Government Mistrust and Civic Participation

    Internet activist and blogger Ethan Zuckerman, who runs the Center for Civic Media at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab, addressed a student audience at Rice University about civic…

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