Live, from New York! (pt. 2)
History Club teams up with Unfinished Live and Clubhouse for an in-person event on Sept. 24 in NYC
History Club returns next week with a special event live from New York City!
We’re thrilled to be participating in Unfinished Live, a two-day conference featuring technologists, journalists, thought leaders and artists examining the ethics of digital technology and decentralization. The conference is hosted by Emmy-nominated comedian and podcast host Baratunde Thurston.
Hosted by: Unfinished Live, in partnership with the Aspen Institute, Georgetown University, Clubhouse and many more.
Get tickets: Tickets include access to the entire two-day conference + lunch. Proof of vaccination is required.
The theme of the conference is decentralization. As such, our History Club event will be titled “Decentralizing the National Narrative.” We’ll explore whether tech, social media and legacy media are unwinding a tidier narrative of U.S. history we may have once told ourselves, and ask what the consequences of such an unraveling might be.
About Unfinished Live: Unfinished Live is a two-day ideas festival at The Shed, 15 Hudson Yards, 30th Street between 10th Avenue and 11th Avenue, NYC. Hosted by Emmy-nominated comedian Baratunde Thurston, speakers include tech journalist Casey Newton; CEO of the New America Foundation Anne-Marie Slaughter; tech entrepreneur Anil Dash; New Yorker Staff Writer Andrew Marantz; Vivian Schiller of the Aspen Institute, and many more. Spread across multiple stages, Clubhouse will have its own studio specially-designed for joint in-person and virtual conversations. Click here for the full schedule.
About History Club: Created on Clubhouse in August 2020 by public historian Jason Steinhauer, History Club has grown to include more than 100,000 members and averages 2,500 participants per event. History Club has hosted conversations on U.S.-China relations; the filibuster in American history; athletes as activists; the murder of Vincent Chin; the intersection of crypto and history; and recently partnered with the Smithsonian’s “Made By Us” to re-examine freedom and democracy for the 21st century. In June 2021, History Club hosted its first live event from New York City. Follow History Club via its website and newsletter.
See you next week in New York City! More details in next week’s newsletter.
History Club (normally) meets Thursdays at 10 pm ET exclusively on Clubhouse. Want to participate? Suggest a topic for a future conversation.
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