History Alive: Interpreting 18th Century Indian Cultures
Learn about the Indian Cultures that lived in the Ohio River Valley during the 18th century and about their various encounters with Euro-Americans.
Genealogy and Genetic Diseases in Jewish Pittsburgh
Join the Rauh Jewish History Program & Archives at the Heinz History Center for a discussion of genetic diseases and the unique history of the Pittsburgh Jewish community.
Struggles in Steel: A Story of African American Steelworkers
Join us for a screening of “Struggles in Steel: A Story of African American Steelworkers” at the Homewood Library, as part of the From Slavery to Freedom film series.
Before There Was History, There Was Choice: A Deliberative Forum
Join in a deliberative forum, where participants are set in post-war Pittsburgh and asked to deliberate on a series of choices.
Alia Musica Pittsburgh & Quince Ensemble Perform Berio’s Laborintus II
The Italian American Program presents Alia Musica Pittsburgh & Quince Ensemble’s performance of Berio’s Laborintus II.
Books in the Burgh
Books in the ‘Burgh series provides a forum for authors and literary enthusiasts to share their passion for Western Pennsylvania’s most current storytelling, scholarship, and research.