Digital resources for learners of all ages
Enjoy our upcoming and recent online programs:
On Friday, July 31 Dr. Graziella Parati discusses the history of fascism and its roots in Italy in the early twentieth century. Many people talk about fascism, but what is it? How does it gain power? Fascism is where all ideas go to die; it is a movement against democracy and human rights. Yet, it is being treated as just another point of view. Let’s get together to understand better what this thing called fascism is. This presentation is completely free and can be joined either by phone or through your computer using the free Zoom software. RSVP
Award-winning travel author J.W. Ocker takes us on a 300-mile roundtrip through the Granite State to discover what odd wonders can be seen by anybody with just a single tank of gas and any given Saturday morning. This presentation is completely free and can be joined either by phone or through your computer using the free Zoom software. RSVP
On Friday, July 24 Dr. Michael William Wyatt (Dartmouth) discussed one of the most remarkable first-hand accounts of the Black Death in his talk: “From Black Death to New World: Giovanni Boccaccio’s Decameron.” The recorded program will be available soon right here. WATCH
Watch this recording of "My Problem with White Jesus," presented on June 26th by Dr. Dennis Britton as part of our Black Thought Series. View
Join us for upcoming Humanities to Go Online programs in our "Black Thought" series. Learn more
Watch this recording of "Juneteenth: A Historical Celebration of Black Liberation," presented for employees of Northeast Delta Dental as part of our Humanities@Work program. Watch
Enjoy this video of our first virtual Ideas on Tap program, featuring a discussion about fake news and its impact on our democracy and recorded on June 16. Watch
Marion Stoddart: The Work of 1000
The empowering story of Marion Stoddart, an "ordinary" woman who accomplished the extraordinary and how she did it. If you missed the documentary we shared for a limited time, please see: Additional resources to complement "The Work of 1000"
Brewing in NH: An Informal History of Beer in the Granite State
Humanities to Go Online presented by Glenn Knoblock
Eva Crusciel, Gwendolyn Quezaire-Presutti, Jordan Tirell-Wysocki, and Tricia Rose Burt share stories from our most recent Annual Dinner.
What's happening in the public humanities today?
Join us for a conversation with Brian Boyles, executive director of Mass Humanities, and his guest, Anthony Poore, executive director of New Hampshire Humanities, about what's on the horizon for public humanities in their respective states.
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