New York's Sara Ogger looks out her window and beyond the city.
Putting humanities tools into local hands.
Virginia Carter promotes her state's history with Chautauqua.
Montana native Ken Egan promotes civic dialog across his state.
Gale Peterson’s plan to teach high school history had one fatal flaw. Not his B.S. in History and Government from Iowa State University.
Ken Sullivan stresses the role of the Civil War in the formation of his state.
Kansas's Julie Mulvihill travels the state stumping for the humanities.
Through Georgia's online encyclopedia, Jamil Zainaldin helps disseminate the state's historical gems.
Dena Wortzel finds common ground between rural and urban communities.
Poet Shelley Crisp brings her passion for place to North Carolina.
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