The Perspectives Book Groups program supports a culture of reading in the Granite State. Through this program, we aim to foster and challenge participants to engage with diverse perspectives in the humanities to build understanding and empathy. Learn more
For reading suggestions and sample lesson plans for beginner, intermediate, and advanced students, please view our teaching resources, which includes the Connecting Through Stories videos produced by the New Hampshire Humanities Connections program. The videos are intended for a broad audience of all ages, backgrounds, and educational experiences. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Hampshire Humanities funds humanities-based workshops for educators through our Community Project Grants.
NH Public Radio's COVID & the Classroom tells the stories of how Granite Staters are weighing the necessity of employment and school with the realities of the pandemic. Learn More
Educators, students, and parents who are functioning as educators can make Civics 101 a valuable educational aid for both remote teaching and in-classroom learning. NH Public Radio's Civics 101 site offers lesson plans, graphic organizers, activities, and quizzes. The podcast refresher course is a top-notch resource for teaching and learning the basics of civics and foundations of democracy. Learn More or Listen
NEHC promotes intellectual collaboration, interdisciplinary exchange, and innovative educational programming for faculty, students, and the regional, national and global communities they serve. Learn more
We are a partner in the Constitutionally Speaking project founded by Justice David Souter and providing resources on the teaching of civics to New Hampshire educators. Access those resources on the Constitutionally Speaking website.
Summer institutes and workshops funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) support faculty development programs in the humanities for school teachers and for college and university teachers. NEH summer seminars and institutes may be as short as two weeks or as long as five weeks. Learn more on the NEH's website.
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.