Illinois Humanities

Illinois Humanities produced three one-hour video presentations about the relationship between population distribution and the allocation of political power and public resources. Entitled “People, Places, and Power,” the programs examine that relationship from the vantage points of places in our state where the topic is especially significant: Gallatin County and its vicinity in southeastern Illinois, Fulton County and its vicinity in western Illinois, and Cook County (where Chicago is located) and its vicinity in northeastern Illinois. These “People, Places, and Power” programs are part of a broader Illinois Humanities initiative called “The Country and the City: Common Ground in the Prairie State,” which examines issues significant to both rural and urban Illinoisans, drawing upon humanities content and methods.

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