PROGRAM: Humanities on the Road

Presented by:
Nevada Humanities
Subject: Art/Photography, Cross-Cultural Understanding, Gender, History, Indigenous Peoples, Literacy, Poetry, Varies Audience: All, Colleges and Universities, Educators, K-12, Other

Through the Humanities on the Road program, Nevada nonprofits and educational institutions can host a wide range of public presentations given by the state’s scholars and writers. These presentations explore topics drawn from the fields of history, art, culture, literature, music, politics, law, science, folklore, environment, and more.  Available presentations include:

  • “Making History Personal: Conducting Oral Histories Within Your Family and Community,” Alicia Barber
  • “Writing’s Nevada’s History and People into Literature,” H. Lee Barnes
  • “By Gas, Rope, Bullet, or Poison: A History of Capital Punishment in Nevada,” Patty Cafferata
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Learn more about booking a presentation.