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New Insights into the Life and Times of Niccolo Machiavelli 4/25/13 6PM

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Description By most measures, Machiavelli’s life was a success. In his day, he achieved literary fame and gained the respect and patronage...

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Forensic Science in the Real World: Fact versus Fiction 3/21/13 6PM

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Description TV police dramas put a spotlight on forensic science.  But have you ever wondered if DNA, carpet fibers and insect eggs...

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Wobbly Atoms 2/6/13 6PM

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Description Look at a potted plant. Or the table where it sits. Or the floor beneath the table. Are they moving or perfectly still? Don’t...

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Energy Cocktails: What are the Risks? 12/4/12 6PM

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Description Consumption of energy drinks combined with alcohol has risen dramatically in the past decade, especially among college-age...

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Photojournalism: Then and Now 11/15/12 6PM

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Description If it happened, the Associated Press was there – often with a camera. Santiago Lyon will narrate an illustrated history of...

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Forever Free: The Constitutionality of the Emancipation Proclamation 9/19/12 6PM

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Description More than 147 years after his death, Abraham Lincoln remains one of the most admired Americans in history largely due to the...

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Six@Six is a new community lectures series sponsored by Northern Kentucky University’s Scripps Howard Center for Civic Engagement. Think of...

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The Science of Cycling: Bike Fit, Training Principles, and Nutrition 5/1/12 6PM - 8PM

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The popularity of road cycling in the United States has grown dramatically in recent history and as a result research in the area of...

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Someone’s in the Kitchen with Dinah 4/17/12 6PM - 8PM

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“Someone’s in the Kitchen with Dinah” will explore the legacy of "those turbaned mistresses of the Southern kitchens.” Aunt Dinah was an...

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Lost and Found: Cincinnati’s Medieval Manuscript Fragments 3/22/12 6PM - 8PM

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Medieval manuscripts are books produced by hand, often illuminated with precious pigment and gold, and written on vellum, the specially...

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Breaking Enigma: An Example of World War II Codebreaking 3/1/12 6PM - 8PM

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The breaking of the German Enigma cipher machine was one of the greatest achievements of the Allied codebreakers during World War II.  The...

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Connecting through Chemistry: Scientific Discoveries and Inspiring the Future 12/8/11 6PM - 8PM

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Chemistry research has been vital in meeting many world needs. The complexity of tackling these endeavors often requires an...

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Election 2012: Covering the Campaign 11/10/11 6PM - 8PM

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The Presidential Election is one year away but the campaigning is already in full swing. The Iowa caucuses and the first primaries are...

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Six@Six is a new community lectures series sponsored by Northern Kentucky University’s Scripps Howard Center for Civic Engagement. Think of...

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The Marriage of Music and Word: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Fearless Carousel 4/13/11 6PM - 8PM

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Description Great songs? Yes. Light entertainment? Don’t be fooled.  From clambakes to compromising positions, “Carousel” moves through...

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Simple Gifts from Our Past: Frontier Shakers in the Ohio River Valley 3/31/11 6PM - 8PM

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Description Their music. Their furniture. Their mores. Their architecture. Their demise. Everything about the Shakers fascinates us, as...

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Amazing Caves, Amazing Microbes: The Geomicrobiology of Caves 12/7/10 6PM - 8PM

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Description Sometimes the things we can’t see are the most amazing of all.  Microbes are tiny creatures that give our world another...

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Covering the World in a Dangerous Age 11/11/10 6PM - 8PM

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Description International journalism is perilous. Reporters are injured, arrested and even killed in the course of their work. Despite...

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Copy of Copy of Abraham Lincoln: Public Speaker oct payment

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Description Public speaker? Abe Lincoln never fit the part. Too tall, too homely, too ungainly. People said he looked like a tree about...

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Copy of The Art of the Quilt: Stitched [Hist]stories-- day of event sales 10/22/10 1PM - 5:30PM

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Description Quilt making is a uniquely American tradition. It’s a complex art form, weaving pictorial and structural narratives. Dr....

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The Art of the Quilt: Stitched [Hist]stories 10/21/10 6PM - 8PM

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Description Quilt making is a uniquely American tradition. It’s a complex art form, weaving pictorial and structural narratives. Dr....

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Copy of Abraham Lincoln: Public Speaker

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Description Public speaker? Abe Lincoln never fit the part. Too tall, too homely, too ungainly. People said he looked like a tree about...

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Six@Six Lecture Series 9/1/10 6PM - 3PM

The Mercantile Library In Cincinnati | View Map

Six@Six is a new community lectures series sponsored by Northern Kentucky University’s Scripps Howard Center for Civic Engagement. Think of...

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Abraham Lincoln: Public Speaker 9/1/10 6PM

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Description Public speaker? Abe Lincoln never fit the part. Too tall, too homely, too ungainly. People said he looked like a tree about...

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