Sundays at Chautauqua Institution are rich and full, to quote the Rev. Joan Brown Campbell.
Chautauqua had a deep influence on the Rev. Dwight D. Andrews. “My first revelation is that I am going to
At Wednesday’s morning worship service, the Rev. Dwight D. Andrews told the congregation to stop compartmentalizing their lives. He told
To end Week Five’s theme of “Art & Politics,” Chautauqua Institution will have not one, but two speakers give their
Susan Choi wants to know what makes a novel political. Is it the subject matter? Its arguments? Or its themes?
Nobody puts Emily St. John Mandel in a corner. Her first three novels often get classified as crime novels or
“Somewhere in our Scriptures, it says we should comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable. ‘The 23rd Psalm’ by Bobby
Like Mary Shelley, Joan Murray found herself inspired by Percy Bysshe Shelley. He didn’t inspire her to write a genre-defining
T he Rev. Dwight D. Andrews began his sermon at the 9:15 a.m. Monday morning worship service in the Amphitheater
When actor David Oyelowo speaks as Martin Luther King Jr. in “Selma,” some of King’s famous speeches might sound a