Join us for a conversation with renowned journalist Fareed Zakaria on how the pandemic is speeding up history, a glimpse into the world already in the making, and how our choices today affect the future. This event is members-only.
Bestselling author Lisa See ('The Island of Sea Women') will speak with Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni on her work and the themes of immigration, identity, and friendship that make her novels so compelling.
Women are at the forefront of confronting climate change through clean energy supplies and decarbonization solutions. Join us for a discussion with two women who are leading sustainable initiatives to address climate change.
Two years after President Donald Trump removed the U.S. from the Iran nuclear deal, reports indicate President-elect Joe Biden will take steps to reenter the deal. Dr. Vali Nasr joins us to examine the U.S.–Iran relationship.
Houston in particular has felt the impacts of food insecurity as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Join us for a conversation with local chefs Chris Shepherd and Chris Williams, who have stepped up to meet the needs of their neighbors.
In five daily classes, learn the fundamentals of American Mah Jongg. This virtual course focuses on the game's history, understanding the tiles and card, and learning the American rules, strategies, and sequence of play.
In 2020, relations between the U.S. and China reached the lowest point in four decades. What is the path forward for these global superpowers on the international stage after President-elect Joe Biden takes office in January?
Artists Laura Drey and Brandon Tho Harris, featured in the current 'Artists on Site' project, will discuss their work in Houston and join in conversation with moderators Ashley deHoyos and Bridget Bray.