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In the Field: Summer Reading Lists

Posted: July 22, 2015
Exhibit at White Earth Tribal Headquarters
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Minnesota Humanities Council Honored with Award

The Minnesota Humanities Center announced they were honored with an American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) Leadership award for their traveling exhibit Why Treaties Matter: Self Government in the Dakota and Ojibwe Nations

Posted: July 7, 2015
Quilt Barn
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Tour the quilt barns of Ohio

The Ohio Humanities Council has received a grant from the Ohio Arts Council to produce audio driving tours of Ohio's Quilt Barns. Quilt Barn Trails can be found in 33 Ohio counties, but the first audio tour will begin where quilt barns began—in Adams County.

Posted: October 27, 2014
The ultimate #humanitiesselfie at @ikelibrary with NEH Chairman Adams, KHC board
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Chairman Adams with the Kansas Humanities Council

This just in!

The ultimate #humanitiesselfie at @ikelibrary with NEH Chairman Adams, KHC board, staff, and partners. #humanities #neh #welikeike.

Posted: October 24, 2014
Instagram: Images of  Self and Society
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Instagram: Images of Self and Society

The Illinois Humanities Council asks: How does Instagram shape the way we think about identity and image in culture today? What does the explosion of smartphone photography mean for photojournalism and photographic art? How might the platform suggest new forms of public engagement for artists, journalists and citizens? How do you engage with Instagram?

Posted: October 23, 2014
Why Darwin Matters
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"Why Darwin Matters"

The Maine Humanities Council to take a deep and varied look at the life and work of Charles Darwin, one of the most influential thinkers in human history at the first annual Dorothy Schwartz Forum on Art, Science & the Humanities.

Posted: October 23, 2014
Jefferson's Moose: The New Hampshire Humanities Council shares the ale and the s
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Jefferson's Moose: The New Hampshire Humanities Council shares the ale and the story

As part of its celebration of its 40th anniversary, the New Hampshire Humanities Council, in partnership with the Woodstock Inn Station and Brewery, has created Jefferson Moose Brown Ale.

Posted: October 23, 2014
California Reads: WHAT IS IT LIKE TO GO TO WAR
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California Reads: WHAT IT IS LIKE TO GO TO WAR

As part of Cal Humanities' War Comes Home: California Reads program, Karl Marlantes, New York Times bestselling author and Vietnam veteran, will begin a book tour for his compelling narrative What It Is Like To Go To War. The tour started in Northern California in October 2014 and wraps up in Southern California in November 2014. The full scheduled is available on the Cal Humanities website.

Posted: October 22, 2014
The Great CT Caper
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The Great CT Caper

The Great Connecticut Caper is heating up! Gillette Castle has vanished and now it’s up to a couple of kids to piece together the clues and solve the mystery of its disappearance. Chapter One premieres on January 4, 2015.

Posted: October 22, 2014
ALL-IN to learn about Indiana
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ALL-IN to learn about Indiana

Indiana Humanities challenges "Hoosiers across the state in a friendly competition that includes 16 challenges (like 'share why you love Indiana' that will inspire you to think, read, talk and do!" ALL-IN is generating interest in Indiana history, culture, and communities leading up to the state's bicentennial in 2016.

Posted: October 22, 2014