2017 Annual Dinner featuring Steven Pinker
"The choice of Steven Pinker is a sensational one for New Hampshire Humanities! Congratulations once again for having landed such a distinguished speaker."
- Annual Dinner attendee
New Hampshire Humanities announces that renowned author and scientist, Dr. Steven Pinker, will present the keynote address at our 2017 Annual Dinner on Wednesday, October 25 at the Radisson Hotel in downtown Manchester. The event is New Hampshire Humanities' only fundraiser and supports hundreds of free public programs that bring residents together to explore essential questions of meaning and value.
Join 700-plus leaders from the corporate, educational, philanthropic, civic, cultural, and nonprofit communities to hear our keynote speaker, connect with one another, and support the ongoing work of New Hampshire Humanities.
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About Steven Pinker: One of the world's foremost writers on language, human nature, and the mind, Harvard cognitive scientist Dr. Steven Pinker has been named one of Prospect magazine's "World's Top 100 Public Intellectuals," Foreign Policy's "100 Global Thinkers," and TIME magazine's "100 Most Influential People in the World Today." He writes for publications such as the New York Times, TIME, and The Atlantic, and is the author of ten widely-acclaimed books, including How the Mind Works and The Sense of Style: The Thinking Person's Guide to Writing in the 21st Century.
Learn more about Steven Pinker at www.stevenpinker.com.
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