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This week, April 7-13, is National Library Week. The theme this year? Libraries = Strong Communities. We couldn’t agree more here at Wyoming Humanities, as previous articles demonstrate. One of the things we love about Wyoming libraries is their investment in reading...read more
In the introduction to the 1964 Report of the Commission on the Humanities the authors state: “If the interdependence of science and the humanities were generally understood, men would be more likely to become masters of their technology and not its unthinking...read more
We sat down to chat with Valerie Innella Maiers, Casper College Humanities Festival Committee Chair, and Aaron M. Wood, Casper College Dance Instructor, about the Casper College Humanities Festival and Demorest Lecture and this year’s theme, “Around the World.” You...read more
As you are surely aware, our nation recently experienced the longest government shutdown in US history, 35 days, surpassing the 21-day shutdown of 1996. Because the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) is funded through the Interior Bill—one of the bills that...read more
To misquote a former Wyoming Humanities employee: the humanities are our stories. The stories we tell ourselves determine who we are and what we believe. My misremembering of the exact quote causes this to lose some of its immediate effects, yet the truth it contains...read more
Today is a National Day of Mourning to honor the late former President George H.W. Bush, who died last Friday night, November 30, at 94. Friends and family will celebrate his life during a memorial service at the National Cathedral in Washington on this day. President...read more