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Chairman Peede 55m
I'm with , Waddell Stillman, President of Historic Hudson Valley (), & Rep discussing the importance of the humanities & why we must preserve our cultural heritage for future generations. is proud to be a part of this important meeting.
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Phi Beta Kappa 1h
Did you know Helen Keller's papers are all accessible online thanks to and ? Explore them during :
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Nita Lowey 2h
It was a pleasure to join Chairman Jon Parrish Peede today at to discuss the importance of the humanities in cultivating local community and broad recognition of the region’s historical heritage, and of robust federal investment in the NEH.
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Angelo State History 8h
Students from , under the direction of Profs. Meyer & Anderson put on a powerful performance based on the War Stories Collection last night. Many veterans were in the packed audience. Event also featured Profs. Taylor and Gritter.
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NEH 8h
It's October, which means it's a great time to visit ! NEH funded 's study on Nathaniel Hawthorne.
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Jennifer Serventi 20h
Tuning into -funded documentary "The Eugenics Crusade" on American Experience on
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MACartsDC Oct 16
Congratulations to and on having a successful with discussing the healing arts at
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EDSITEment Oct 12
How do American Halloween traditions compare to those around the world? Learn about other Day of the Dead festivals
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NEH Public Programs Oct 15
Bask in the splendor of Fall at Walden Pond from the comfort of your own classroom (or home!), and learn why Henry David Thoreau felt there were two periods to each season, not one, in "Walden, a Game" out NOW and FREE to educators:
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ShakespeareUncovered Oct 13
Tune in next Friday as we tackle "Measure for Measure" and "Julius Caesar" on 'Shakespeare Uncovered.'
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NEH Div. of Research Oct 16
. 's new book, "The Book of Revelation: A Biography" is out today. Congratulations!
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Benjamen Douglas Oct 16
I was profoundly moved by the beautiful humanity of at last night's & will think about her comments for quite some time. If you weren't able to attend, I strongly encourage you to watch. (It begins around the 32' mark.)
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Quinn Piper Oct 15
Replying to @NEHgov @NEHchair
Dr. Charon's lecture was a joy, and I so appreciated the quality of the livestream. Well done, production team! Excellent choice of speaker, ! Thank you, Dr. Rita Charon, for presenting the multifaceted aspect of narrative medicine with clarity, imagination, and wit.
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NEH Oct 16
Did you miss last night’s Jefferson Lecture with Dr. Rita Charon? You can watch the full video here:
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NEH Education Oct 16
Reminder: Tomorrow (10/17) is the deadline for the grant program. Make sure to submit your application through
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Jeffrey S Reznick Oct 15
.Impressive & important by ’s Dr Rita Charon, with thanks to her for her advocacy & vision & certainly everyone for their leadership, experience & expertise in supporting research & inquiry in the humanities & related disciplines, today & always!
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NEH Oct 15
Thank you for closing out the 2018 Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities with Dr. Rita Charon. You can view the whole lecture here:
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NEH Oct 15
"By virtue of our commitment to human health, perhaps we can fuse these horizons between continents, ideologies, between states, and to envision and articulate the universal commitment to safeguard human health and to safeguard our planet." - Dr. Rita Charon
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Yunzhou Chen Oct 15
Health care professionals take lessons in how to present patients with bad news, but maybe along the way, sometimes we tend to forget what it is like to get and understand the bad news.
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NEH Oct 15
"We hope they come to know to ask the patient not only what is the matter, but what matters to you." - Dr. Rita Charon
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