by Susan MacDonald Hatem, Associate Director
The latest news from New Hampshire Humanities:
Renowned author and scientist Dr. Steven Pinker will present the keynote address at our 2017 Annual Dinner on Wednesday, October 25 at the Radisson Hotel in downtown Manchester. The event is New Hampshire Humanities' only fundraiser and supports hundreds of free public programs that bring residents together to explore essential questions of meaning and value. Learn more and reserve tickets HERE.
Our latest Annual Report is now available! Click HERE to read about our programs and donors.
Our Humanities to Go catalog features over 200 programs available to groups throughout New Hampshire.
Our book discussion program for adult new readers opens doors into the world of books and ideas.
James Wright, author of Enduring Vietnam, An American Generation and Its War, will present
New Hampshire Humanities is pleased to announce the 2017 recipients of our New Hampshire Humanities High
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation has awarded a $12,500 grant to New Hampshire Humanities to
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New Hampshire Humanities is an independent nonprofit which depends on contributions from individuals, corporations, foundations, and civic organizations in order to offer free public programming that fosters lifelong learning, reflection, and respectful conversation.
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