Walter Isaacson to deliver the lecture on May 12.
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The Minnesota Humanities Center invites you to spend an evening with Said Salah Ahmed and learn about Somali Storytelling.
The Maine Humanities Council's 2013 Winter Weekend on Charles Dickens' Great Expectations inspires a spinoff book club program.
This October, the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities will celebrate the Council's 40th anniversary as Rhode Island's supporter of the public humanities.
The New York Council for the Humanities has just announced the creation of an AfterSandy Network: a resource-sharing network for those affected by natural disasters.
Wide recognition comes to the Royall House & Slave Quarters for their efforts to bring the history of slavery in Massachusetts to light.
On the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, state humanities councils across the country celebrate Dr. King's vision for the Civil Rights movement with a variety of events.
The statewide impact of The Way We Worked in Kansas.
Indiana Humanities will partner with other area organizations to bring a TEDx event to Indianapolis.
This August, The Remembering Project will host Community Conversations on the various ways enslaved African Americans fought for their freedom.
This October, the West Virginia Humanities Council welcomes Harold Holzer, one of the nation's leading Abraham Lincoln scholars for the 2013 McCreight Lecture in the Humanities.
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