Keene Chautauqua 2019 features first-person performances of two inventors, Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) and Hedy Lamarr (1914–2000), by scholar/actors Douglas Mishler and Judith Kalaora.

Humanities@Work is a new initiative from New Hampshire Humanities that helps employers bring high quality, innovative humanities programs into the workplace, enriching employees’ engagement and quality of life in and outside of work, a key part of any company’s employe

This year we say goodbye to some of our long-running Humanities to Go presentations as we make room for brand-new programming available beginning this summer.

“What a wonderful and inspiring reading and conversation we had!” Poet S Stephanie summed up New Hampshire Humanities’ first reading in the “Connections New Voices” series held at the Bookery in Manchester.

On September 9, 1919 NH Governor John H. Bartlett called a special session of the Legislature to vote on the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Editor’s note: As many supporters as we have around the state (thousands!) we all value the humanities for different reasons. In each issue of Engage! we like to introduce you to someone who supports our work and inspires us – and may inspire you, too!

The New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts (NHBCA), New Hampshire’s statewide membership organization that promotes the intersection of art and commerce, and New Hampshire Humanities kick off a partnership on March 1 to promote Humanities @ Work, an initi

Though exact numbers vary, there are approximately 65 million people in motion around the world. These 65 million people are migrants, refugees, internally displaced people, and asylum seekers. They are fleeing crushing poverty, disease, violence, war, political threats, and environmental change.

New Hampshire Humanities and the Business and Industry Association, New Hampshire’s statewide chamber of commerce, launched a partnership this month to promote Humanities @ Work, an initiative to bring a variety of humanities-based programming to the workplace.

As you know, the country is experiencing the longest government shutdown in U.S. history, now in its 27th day. Although we remain hopeful the shutdown will come to a swift end, I'm writing to update you on the impact on New Hampshire Humanities, our partner organizations, and the Granite Staters we've been serving for 45 years.

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