We work in all corners of our state to provide wide-ranging, thought-provoking programs that connect people to culture, history, places, ideas and one another. Click on the video to the right for a look inside New Hampshire Humanities and join us! We welcome you to our site and encourage you to learn how we can bring valuable programs to an area near you.

Welcome to our new Executive Director, Michael Haley Goldman

After conducting a nationwide search, New Hampshire Humanities is proud to announce Michael Haley Goldman as our new Executive Director. Read more about Michael

Join us for our biggest celebration of the year!
(Attend live or virtually from home)


Click the graphic for tickets and details, and join us on October 14!

New Hampshire Humanities is taking precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and will continue following guidance from the NH Department of Health and Human Services, local health departments, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding large gatherings. At this time, our upcoming Annual Celebration will take place as planned and NHH will announce any changes in early October.


We will ask all in-person guests to wear masks at the Annual Celebration.

We work in all corners of our state to provide wide-ranging, thought-provoking programs that connect people to culture, history, places, ideas and one another. Click on the video to the right for a look inside New Hampshire Humanities and join us! We welcome you to our site and encourage you to learn how we can bring valuable programs to an area near you.

Welcome to our new Executive Director, Michael Haley Goldman

After conducting a nationwide search, New Hampshire Humanities is proud to announce Michael Haley Goldman as our new Executive Director. Read more about Michael

Join us for our biggest celebration of the year!
(Attend live or virtually from home)


Click the graphic for tickets and details, and join us on October 14!

New Hampshire Humanities is taking precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and will continue following guidance from the NH Department of Health and Human Services, local health departments, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding large gatherings. At this time, our upcoming Annual Celebration will take place as planned and NHH will announce any changes in early October.


We will ask all in-person guests to wear masks at the Annual Celebration.

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