Walter Isaacson to deliver the lecture on May 12.
Tickets available starting April 22. Learn More »
The Minnesota Humanities Center recognizes and honors the next great generation of Minnesota veterans with a new award.
Colorado Humanities' Colorado biography series, Great Lives in Colorado History, is a 13-book series designed for elementary and middle school readers.
Renowned litigators Theodore B. Olson and David Boies will discuss their recently argued Supreme Court case and their careers on May 17 in Concord, NH.
Join Connecticut Humanities as they proudly celebrate the launch of the new Connecticut Center for the Book!
In early March, the Kansas Humanities Council is taking their Shared Stories of the Civil War program on the road.
Tune in on Monday, March 18, 2013 at 5:45pm to hear the first installment of Humanities Connection, MHC's new weekly segment on 88.1FM WYPR.
The 2013 Nebraska Book Festival, sponsored in part by the Nebraska Humanities Council, will be held April 5th-6th in the Thompson Alumni Center of the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
Lincoln Financial Foundation and the Bank of America Charitable Foundation have both awarded grants to the New Hampshire Humanities Council for its Connections adult literacy program.
On March 1st, Humanities Texas and the Harry Ransom Center will present MYSTERY! a conversation with two New York Times bestselling mystery authors David Lindsey and Archer Mayor.
The North Dakota Humanities Council announced their support for a new project dedicated to democratic participation, the Northern Plains Ethics Journal.
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