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New catalog features dozens of fascinating new programs and perennial favorites
Our highly-anticipated and newly-revised Humanities to Go Catalog of Programs and Presenters was unveiled to an audience of more than 100 humanities enthusiasts, including presenters, hosts and supporters, at a launch celebration in October. Renowned fiddler and historian Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki shared the trials of Irish emigrants through stories and traditional song. Maria Sanders, philosophy professor, discussed the eternal quest for happiness and how that concept has changed throughout Western civilization. Our “starry messenger,” Galileo, portrayed by Michael Francis, spoke of his discoveries using his newly-devised spyglass to explore the wonders of the universe. The new catalog includes topics ranging from the hard-working women who paved the way for Rosie the Riveter’s generation to a chilling New Hampshire crime that stunned the nation; the influence of hip hop on our culture to the vital role that lighthouses play in our history; the golden age of American animation to the ethics of manipulation in television, and many more. Ninety-two pages of compelling humanities programs and gorgeous photographs are organized in a beautiful new layout that makes finding programs and presenters more enjoyable than ever. In addition to our beautiful new catalog, we invite you to view the catalog online in an easy-to-use format, or download a copy today!
To view the new catalog online or download a copy, click HERE.Humanities to Go programs are made possible in part by the generous support of:
New Hampshire Humanities programs are made possible in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this these programs do not necessarily represent those of the NEH or New Hampshire Humanities.