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After conducting a nationwide search, New Hampshire Humanities is proud to announce Michael Haley Goldman as our new Executive Director. Read more about Michael
While we were optimistic about gathering face-to-face, to ensure the safety of our supporters and speakers, New Hampshire Humanities' 2021 Annual Celebration will now be a fully virtual event, livestreamed from the Dana Center at Saint Anselm College.
Join us as we celebrate the power of human connection; honor this year's recipient of the Lifetime Achievement in the Humanities Award, JerriAnne Boggis; introduce our new Executive Director, Michael Haley Goldman; and welcome our renowned keynote speaker, filmmaker Lynn Novick. DETAILS
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