Programs

Current Initiatives
National Partners
Local Partners
Subjects
Audiences
Councils

PROGRAM: Next Indiana Campfires

Indiana

Statewide, IN – [hiking, adventure] Next Indiana Campfires pairs literature with the outdoors to ignite conversations about Indiana’s future. This program was created in 2016 as part of the Pulitzer Prizes Centennial Campfires initiative, received a Schwartz Prize in 2017, and was granted funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation as part of the Federation’s “Democracy and the Informed Citizen” initiative. (Public)

PROGRAM: Hometown Humanities

Montana

Statewide, MO – [resource] Hometown Humanities brings a year’s worth of humanities-based programming to a Montana community. Community members can choose upwards of 20 cultural programs from Humanities Montana’s catalog of offerings featuring public speakers, speakers in the schools, community discussions and more. The council has chosen Red Lodge as the host site for 2018-2019. (Public)

GRANT: Heritage Grants – Exploring the History of All Michigan’s People

Michigan

2016 – [Archived] A collection of histories and programs from around the state of Michigan. (Schwartz Prize Winner 2016, Grant Opportunity

RESOURCE: The New Georgia Encyclopedia

Georgia

Statewide, GA – [online] An online resource that presents a portrayal of people, places, and events that shaped Georgia. (Public)

PROGRAM: We Are One

Utah

2014 – [Archived] Humanities as a catalyst in the lives of young people and in the community. (Workshop)

PROGRAM: Idea Lab: The Pursuit of Happiness

Oregon

2014 – [Archived] Exploring the pursuit of happiness with students and teachers. (Schwartz Prize Winner, Workshop)

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