”Very interesting… love this series… thank you for putting this together for us.” “A great opportunity for the larger community to come together and discuss important cultural issues.” “Tonight was great, really focused reflections… wonderful movie choices. Very glad you brought this to the community.”
Three participants“The Micronesian Question” project film/discussion series
To foster community engagement and dialogue, inspire critical thinking, celebrate diversity, and enrich the quality of life of island residents through the power of the humanities.
Founded in 1991, Guam Humanities Council is a nonprofit organization committed to promoting public humanities programming for the people of Guam. The Council was initially established as a grant making organization, and indeed, since it’s beginning, we have provided community grants every year for local organizations to develop exhibitions, workshops, oral history collections, language preservation projects, and publications. While we continue to provide foundational support for Guam’s people, we also conduct a wide range of humanities-focused programs, projects and activities.
Calling all outstanding public humanities programs! The Federation is now accepting nominations for the 2016 Schwartz Prize. Submission deadline is August 17, 2016.
State humanities councils, FSHC, and other humanities organizations come together to support National History Day – a program that brings students together, in a friendly history competition, from around the world.
Based on audited information supplied by councils, the income survey report provides valuable information about the sources of council support each year, as well as funding trends over time.
Pulitzer and the Federation of State Humanities Councils kick-off the 2016 launch of the Pulitzer Centennial and Campfires Initiative
Learn more about Humanities on the Hill, including how to register, hotel and travel information, and the schedule.