Rather than invite Vladimir Putin to take the Amphitheater stage, Sherra Babcock invited Timothy Snyder to discuss Russia, the Ukraine and the future of the European Union at 10:45 a.m. today.
Ulrike Guérot does not see Europe as a collection of states. Nor does she see them as the European Union.
Constanze Stelzenmüller wrote earlier this year that “history is not destiny.” It’s a phrase she believes applies to many aspects
In a week dedicated to defining Europe, financial specialist David Marsh believes the way of interpreting Europe in a globalized political economy is less clear than ever before.
New York Times columnist Roger Cohen calls the European Union “the dullest miracle on earth.” The question it faces today, he said, is can it be preserved?
Ending Week Six’s theme, “Vanishing,” Anand Varma will discuss the end of life as humans know it.
There are moments in American history that everyone knows from their textbooks like the Revolutionary War or the Civil Rights
Vint Cerf thinks emails, photos, documents, spreadsheets, webpages, videos and practically every other form of digital artifact should be saved
It’s about people and their stories. For K. David Harrison, being a linguist means preserving stories, societies and rare languages.
To end Week Five’s theme of “Art & Politics,” Chautauqua Institution will have not one, but two speakers give their