Humanities to Go Online

New Hampshire Humanities hosts monthly Humanities to Go Online programs. Please contact htg@nhhumanities.org with any questions.

Programs marked with an asterisk (*) can also be booked by libraries and community groups by applying here: https://www.nhhumanities.org/htg-application-form

A playlist of all our past Humanities to Go Online presentations on YouTube can be found HERE.

 


Humanities to Go programs are generously supported by the Walker Lecture Fund.




Past talks in this series:

Jennie Powers: The Woman Who Dares*

Presented by Jenna Carroll on April 3, 2020


A Walk Back in Time: The Secrets of Cellar Holes*           

Presented by Adair Mulligan on April 17, 2020


Mindful Writing*

Presented by Alex Peary on April 24, 2020


A Walk Back in Time: The Secrets of Cellar Holes* 

Presented by Adair Mulligan on May 1, 2020


Brewing in New Hampshire: An Informal History of Beer in the Granite State*

Presented by Glenn Knoblock on May 8, 2020  WATCH 


Yankee Ingenuity*

Presented by Jo Radner on May 15, 2020


How Fresh Water Shaped New Hampshire*     

Presented by Jim Rousmaniere on May 22, 2020

       

Marion Stoddart: The Work of 1000

Presented on May 29, 2020

   

Ireland’s Great Famine in Irish-American History: Fateful Memory, Indelible Legacy*           

Presented by Dr. Mary Kelly on June 5, 2020


Juneteenth: A Historical Celebration of Black Liberation (Black Thought series) 

Presented by JerriAnne Boggis on June 12, 2020  WATCH  


My Problem With White Jesus (Black Thought series)

Presented by Dr. Dennis Britton on June 26, 2020  WATCH  


Race, Disease, and Death in 1793 and 2019: A Shocking Parallel (Black Thought series)

Presented by Dr. Kabria Baumgartner on July 10, 2020 


Matthew Carey, John Edgar Wideman and The Racist Foundations of American Yellow Fever Literature

Presented by Dr. Don Pease on July 17, 2020 

From ‘Black Death’ to ‘New World’: Giovanni Boccaccio’s Decameron           

Presented by Dr. Michael William Wyatt on July 24, 2020  WATCH


How to be a Fascist            

Presented by Dr. Graziella Parati on July 31, 2020  WATCH 


Odd Things I’ve Seen in New Hampshire 

Presented by J.W. Ocker on August 7, 2020  WATCH 


Fierce Females: Women in Art*            

Presented by Jane Oneail on September 4, 2020  WATCH 


From Civil Rights to Black Lives Matter (Black Thought series)

Presented by Dr. Matt Delmont on September 23, 2020  WATCH 


The Connecticut: New England's Great River*

Presented by Adair Mulligan on October 2, 2020 

                  

The First Amendment*        

Presented by Dr. Meg Mott on October 16, 2020  WATCH  


Reading Shakespeare While Black (Black Thought series)

Presented by Dr. Dennis Britton on October 21, 2020  WATCH 


An Evening with Yamiche Alcindor

Special Event with Yamiche Alcindor on October 28, 2020 


Italian Americans in History and Film

Presented by Dr. Graziella Parati on November 6, 2020  WATCH 


Reparations, Its History & Impact: Why Now? (Black Thought series) 

Presented by Woullard Lett on November 11, 2020  WATCH 


Awakening to Racism as a Public Health Issue (Black Thought series)

Presented by Dr. Yvonne Goldsberry on November 18, 2020  WATCH 


Forced into Politics: Daniel Webster, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and the Fugitive Slave Crisis*

Presented by Geoffrey Kirsch on December 4, 2020  WATCH 


The Civic Reckoning that was 2020 (and what it means for teaching and learning civics)

Presented by Dr. Dianna Terrell on January 8, 2021  WATCH  


Understanding Homelessness in New Hampshire      

Presented by Dr. Yvonne Vissing on February 5, 2021 


Plague: Stories of Epidemics  

Presented by Dr. Katherine Gaudet on March 5, 2021  WATCH

 

The Hot Drinks Revolution

Presented by Dr. Whitney Howarth on April 2, 2021. WATCH


Bearing Witness and the Endurance of Voice*

Presented by Shanta Lee Gander on April 16, 2021   WATCH  See also: Additional Resources 



Jose Clemente Orozco and the Epic of “Greater America”

Presented by Dr. Mary K. Coffey on May 7, 2021.  WATCH