Through the Speakers Bureau program, Humanities Iowa brings insightful lectures and programs in the humanities to various organizations including museums and libraries. Common program topics include politics, literature, folklore, and Iowa history. Click here to view a full list of speakers and programs.
Organizations interested in hosting one of the Speakers Bureau programs can contact their preferred speaker directly to determine his or her availability. After having done so, the organizations should fill out the council’s Speaker Bureau application form and submit it at least one month before the proposed program date.
Upcoming programs include:
- “The Medicine Show of ‘The Great Doctor Balthazar T. Archimedes!” Richard Poole, Tabor City Park
- “Just Before the Battle Mother: A Visit from a Civil War Soldier,” OJ Fargo, WesleyLife Park
- “Lewis and Clark in Iowa,” Donald Shurr, Steamboat Rock Historical Society
- Full Calendar Here.