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#HumCitizen: What Democracy Looks Like

New Hampshire

Select Locations, NH and Online – [workshops, oral history, video] Expanding its “Dialogues on War and Homecoming” initiative, the council will bring together veterans, students, and Pulitzer Prize winners for writing workshops, oral history sessions, and video projects with a final event on Memorial Day. (Public, Veterans, Students)

PROGRAM: Annual Dinner

New Hampshire

Manchester, NH – [lecture, dinner] New Hampshire Humanities’ only fundraiser which supports hundreds of free public programs that bring residents together to explore essential questions of meaning and value. Renowned author and scientist, Dr. Steven Pinker, will present the keynote address at this year’s New Hampshire Humanities’ annual dinner. (General Audience)

GRANT: NH Quick Grants

New Hampshire

Sept. 1, 2017 – [Deadline] Learn more about New Hampshire Humanities’ Quick Grants, which help organizations fund small humanities-centered events (funding up to $1,000 available). (Grant Opportunity)

GRANT: Quarterly Grants

New Hampshire

Aug. 1, 2017 – [Deadline] Learn more about New Hampshire Humanities’ Quarterly Grants that help organizations fund multi-faceted, public humanities projects (funding up to $10,000 available). (Grant Opportunity)

PROGRAM: HYPE – Hosting Young Philosophy Enthusiasts

New Hampshire

Ongoing – [Durham, NH] New Hampshire Humanities is a sponsor of the annual HYPE conference, which encourages high school students to become critical thinkers and respectful communicators. (Conference)

PROGRAM: Constitutionally Speaking

New Hampshire

Ongoing – [statewide] New Hampshire Humanities is a partner in Constitutionally Speaking, a project that helps educators increase civic literacy in K-12 classrooms. (Other)

PROGRAM: Special Projects – From Troy to Baghdad

New Hampshire

Ongoing – [statewide] Combining contemporary literature with The Odyssey to reveal timeless and universal truths about combat trauma, duty and honor, personal sacrifice, and readjustment. (Reading and Discussion)

PROGRAM: Connections Adult Literacy Program

New Hampshire

Ongoing – [statewide] An adult literacy program featuring quality books and conversations led by trained discussion facilitators. (Reading and Discussion)

PROGRAM: Humanities To Go

New Hampshire

Ongoing – [statewide] The council’s most accessible and far-reaching program is its speakers bureau, Humanities To Go, which enables nonprofit organizations and community groups to offer free, high-quality cultural public programs. (Presentation)

GRANT: Community Project Grants

New Hampshire

Ongoing – [statewide] New Hampshire Humanities’ Community Project Grants enable NH nonprofit organizations to design and carry out public humanities programs with the help of experts in a variety of humanities disciplines relevant to their topic. (Grant Opportunity)

OVERVIEW: New Hampshire Pulitzer Prize Centennial Campfires Activities

New Hampshire

2016 – [Archived] To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Pulitzer Prizes, NH Humanities invited two Prize-winning editorial cartoonists to present at a number of events, including a panel discussion, conference, and radio program. (Pulitzer Prizes Campfires, State Overview)

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