Cleveland Humanities Festival explores immigration
The history and contemporary shape of immigration in Northeast Ohio—itself a rich fabric of diverse neighborhoods and cultural traditions—sets the stage for the second annual Cleveland Humanities Festival.
Most of the events—lectures, exhibits, theatrical performances, tours and films—are free and open to the public, though many require registration at chf.case.edu/events.
March 27 | Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom
March 29 | Thwing Center, Ballroom
March 29 | Cleveland Museum of Art
April 3 | Tinkham Veale University Center
Events take place at Case Western Reserve and at many partner institutions in the region.