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PROGRAM: Journeys, Judgment, and Jubilation

New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM – [exhibit] “Journeys, Judgment, and Jubilation: Stories of Identity from the Albuquerque Asian/Pacific Islander Communities” is a collection of objects and stories from Asian & Pacific Islander Americans that provide intimate windows into traditional origins and the American experience. (Public)

#HumCitizen: Democracy and the Informed Citizen in the Land of Enchantment

New Mexico

Statewide, NM – [lectures, film series, Chautauqua] The New Mexico Humanities Council will host a series of public programs that will examine the past, present, and future of newspapers, and the vital role they have played and may yet play in our society and democracy. (Public)

PROGRAM: Festival International Cervantino

New Mexico

Guanajuato, NM – [conference] The Instituto Cervantes Albuquerque and the New Mexico Humanities Council are launching an immersion and cultural trip to Guanajuato, Mexico to attend the Cervantino International Festival, one of the leading art and cultural festivals in Latin America. (Public)

PROGRAM: THATCamp

New Mexico

Ongoing – [multiple locations] A participant-led workshop where educators, librarians, and other humanities practitioners come together to discuss skills and topics they are interested in teaching and learning. (Resource)

PROGRAM: Speakers Bureau

New Mexico

Ongoing – [statewide] A resource for groups looking to book subject-matter experts. (Resource)

PROGRAM: Chautauqua

New Mexico

Ongoing – [statewide] Bringing history to life with a performance by a scholar posing as a historical figure or an expert speaker on an intriguing topic. (Presentation)

PROGRAM: Atlas of Historic New Mexico

New Mexico

Ongoing – [online] A website of historic New Mexico maps annotated with descriptions by mapmakers and other people living, working, and exploring New Mexico at the time. (Resource)

PROGRAM: Talking Service

New Mexico

Ongoing – [statewide] A national reading and discussion program for veterans to reflect on service and transitioning from active duty to civilian life. (Reading and Discussion)

GRANT: Regular Grants

New Mexico

Oct. 1, 2017 – [deadline] Regular grants provide funding over $2,000 for public humanities programs. Match is required. (Grant Opportunity)

GRANT: Mini Grants

New Mexico

Nov. 1, 2017 [deadline] – Mini grants up to $2,000 awarded for public humanities programs. Grants must be matched. (Grant Opportunity)

OVERVIEW: New Mexico Pulitzer Prizes Centennial Campfires Activities

New Mexico

2016 – [Archived] The New Mexico Humanities Council developed a reading and discussion group for libraries that focused on five Pulitzer Prize winning works and that encouraged readers to complete the series within five months. A blog was developed to complement the series. (Pulitzer Prizes Campfires, State Overview)

PROGRAM: NM The Bill of Rights and You

New Mexico

2016-17- [Archived] 28 New Mexico locations hosted copies of the 225th Anniversary of the Bill of Rights pop-up display created by the National Archives. (National Archives, Bill of Rights, Exhibit)

PROGRAM: National History Day – New Mexico

New Mexico

Statewide, NM – [competition] An exciting way for students to study and learn about historical issues, ideas, people, and events. History Day also promotes continuing education for secondary school teachers and provides history teachers with an innovative teaching tool. (Students, Educators)

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