In the News

New Hampshire Humanities is working in all corners of our state to provide wide-ranging, thought-provoking programs that connect people to culture, history, places, ideas and one another. Here are some recent news articles and videos highlighting our work:


New Hampshire Public Radio, "The Exchange," November 22, 2016
(Voted the #1 show on The Exchange in 2016!)
Ancient Tales, Modern Warriors: Veterans Look to The Odyssey for Help Adjusting to Civilian Life

Portsmouth Herald, August 28
Veterans take "The Odyssey" back home, reading program assists in post-war lives

Reporter's File, WOKQ Radio, September 2
Dialogues on the Experience of War Interview
With project director, Kathy Mathis, and veterans Brendan O'Byrne and Al Portia

Union Leader, August 20
With Dartmouth professor's push, New Hampshire veterans finding that 'Homer gets it'

Caledonian Record, August 20
Veterans Reading Program to Launch in Littleton

Radio Interview on WLTN-Littleton:
Kathy Mathis and Lon Weston discuss Troy to Baghdad: Dialogues on the Experience of War



New Hampshire Magazine, July 2016
Local Teens Get Their Socrates On

Pulitzer video on Hosting Young Philosophy Enthusiasts (HYPE)
Asking the Big Questions: Why Philosophy Matters article by Felice Belman
A Real Lesson in Freedom of Expression

UNH College of Liberal Arts Publication
HYPE 2016 Statewide Conference at UNH

New Hampshire Union Leader
HYPE 2016 Focuses on Censorship, Freedom of Expression 



Monadnock Ledger-Transcript, September 15, 2016
Chautauqua focuses on race and sports

Our new video, produced by Heartwood Media:
Campaign for the Humanities: Excellence, Innovation, and Access

2016 Annual Dinner Keynote Address
Annette Gordon-Reed, September 22, 2016

Winchester Musical Heritage Project
Town-wide jubilee, August 2016