New Hampshire Humanities hosts monthly Humanities@Home programs, formerly called Humanities to Go Online. Please contact with any questions.

For 50 years, New Hampshire Humanities has been connecting people to culture, history, places, ideas, and one another. Each month, Humanities@Home will highlight a topic that NHH addressed during its history that still resonates today. A playlist of many of our past Humanities@Home and Humanities to Go Online presentations can be found in the Watch section of our Digital Resources page, or the NHH YouTube channel

Humanities@Home programs are generously supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Upcoming Humanities@Home programs:

What Does AI Mean for Literature?

Friday, March 8, 5 pm on Zoom

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Recordings of past Humanities @ Home programs

(Please visit our Digital Resources page for more videos!)

Between Justice & Goodness: Conflicting Duties in the Face of Climate Change

Presented by Dr. Josh Duclos on January 26, 2024  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

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

Presented by Glenn Knoblock on May 8, 2020  WATCH 

Fierce Females: Women in Art            

Presented by Jane Oneail on September 4, 2020  WATCH 

Odd Things I’ve Seen in New Hampshire 

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

How to Be a Fascist            

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


Humanities@Home Events
 Humanities@Home: What Does AI Mean for Literature?
Friday, March 8, 2024
Concord, NH
Humanities@Home: What Does AI Mean for Literature?

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