Michael Dobbs: Long-time journalist and correspondent for The Washington PostLearn more about our speaker here.
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The Hoverter Course in the Humanities strives to bridge the gap between college dreams and higher education realities by providing tuition-free, credit.bearing, college courses in the humanities.Learn more about how the Hoverter Program
Stories in Place is a collection of ongoing research and oral history projects aligning people's personal experience with local historyWatch Oral History Interviews Here
Thomas Alexander Aleinikoff, Director of the Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility at The New School in New York City will deliver the keynote lecture for this year’s humanities symposium, “Migration”, on Thursday, February 23rd.Learn more about our speaker and how you can submit a proposal to participate in this weeklong symposium here.
Teachers as Scholars offers middle and secondary school teachers ACT 48 professional development seminars that focus on the latest disciplinary content available in various humanities fields of learning.Learn more about Teachers as Scholars Seminars here.
Messiah University’s Public Humanities Fellows’s blog! For our latest content, click on the Blog tab up below.Read More