Telling Kentucky's Story

Democracy and the Informed Citizen

We are taking a road trip!

Join us in September and October as our Democracy & the Informed Citizen program travels to five Kentucky cities:

• September 13 — Otto Budig Theatre at Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights
• September 18 — Market House Theatre, Paducah
• October 15 — Actors Theatre of Louisville
• October 16 — Carrick Theatre at Transylvania University, Lexington
• October 23 — Jody Richards Hall at Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green




We hope you will join us for this special Kentucky Reads: All the King's Men event at Northern Kentucky University!

The evening will begin with a keynote address from NKU's Dr. Jonathan Cullick, author of Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men: A Reader's Companion. Following the keynote, a panel featuring public figure Trey Grayson, journalist Judith Clabes, and scholar Dr. Cullick will lead a community discussion about journalism, politics, and an informed citizenry. The conversation will be moderated by Jay Stowe, former editor-in-chief of Cincinnati Magazine.



This program is brought to you by Kentucky Humanities, the Scripps Howard Center for Civic Engagement at Northern Kentucky University, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Humanities.



We are bringing Democracy & the Informed Citizen to Paducah on Tuesday, September 18th!

The evening will begin with a "cuttings" read of the play All the King's Men featuring local personalities. Following the play reading, a panel including public figure Judge Thomas B. Russell, journalist Steve Wilson, and scholar Dr. Duane Bolin will lead a community discussion about journalism and politics. The conversation will be moderated by Murray State University's Constance Alexander.



This program is brought to you by Kentucky Humanities, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Humanities.