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Articles with keyword "Education"

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Learning to Be Free While Sitting in a Maximum-Security Prison

Chicago program brings college-level humanities to maximum security.

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The Future of the Humanities: Democracy

Teaching the art of democracy—how humanities education supports civic participation.

Student hugging calf

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Berea College in Appalachia Charges Students Nothing but Expects Great Things in Return

A legacy of community and dedication continues at a college in Kentucky.

Nina Kemppel

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Nina Kemppel Came Home to Lead Alaska Humanities Forum

The humanities have a big impact on Alaskan life.

Albert Einstein in 1920s

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The Face of Science

How Albert Einstein became a celebrity

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Opening Locked Doors

Reflections on the moral frontiers of thirty years of teaching the Holocaust.

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On-Site with NEH

An irreverent look at the nation's past wows New Jersey eighth graders.

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Victor Swenson

Victor Swenson has tried to end illiteracy by encouraging a love of reading in adults.

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Michael Bouman of Missouri

Michael Bouman borrows the language of business but says his product is a changed human being.

Steps pf Black Mountain College, Black Mountain, NC, 1939

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Wild Intellectuals and Exotic Folks

A small college in North Carolina devised a radically different approach to education by bringing together artists and scholars.