EKU Chautauqua Lecture Series
EKU Chautauqua Lecture Series 2021-22
Dear EKU Campus Community and Chautauqua Friends,
Thank you as always for your support of EKU Chautauqua.
We are in the process of finalizing our schedule and plans for the 2021-2022 series, devoted to interdisciplinary exploration of the theme, "Wayfinding." Our guests will include nationally and internationally known experts, scholars, writers and public figures in the fields of anthropology, psychology, botany and ecology, ethnic and cultural studies, medicine and health, zoology, philosophy, literature, history and more. Plus, we are hopeful for a return of our annual National Juried Art Exhibition to the newly renovated Giles Gallery.
The series will involve a combination of in-person events on campus and live-streaming presentations via YouTube. Please stay tuned for full details in the coming weeks. We hope you are looking forward to another exciting year of stimulating ideas, eye-opening explorations and engaging conversations!
Presentations begin at 7:30 PM. Campus presentations are held in O'Donnell Hall of the Whitlock Building. Live streamed events will be on YouTube with links announced in advance.
All EKU Chautauqua events are Free and Open to the Public.
The Chautauqua Lecture Series is operated by the EKU Honors Program and housed in the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences.
Free Parking is available on campus in Employee and Visitor lots for all lectures: See campus map.