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Small pop-up exhibits introducing the story of the treaties, laws, events and people that shaped the history of the Wind River Indian Reservation (WRIR) in central Wyoming will soon be arriving at every school district and every library system in Wyoming. School...read more
In early July, I passed through Ketchum, Idaho and took some time to explore Ernest Hemingway’s history there. Hemingway was an avid sportsman who spent a good deal of time in the Rocky Mountain region hunting, fishing, and writing. He was living in his home of just a...read more
During your summer travels, hikes, and hang outs, don’t forget to bring a book! Here are some recent reads by Wyoming Humanities board and staff to get you started: Sheila Bricher-Wade, Program Officer: I’m trying to get a better understanding of what...read more
Diablo Cody is probably still best known for writing the breakout 2007 hit Juno, the film that follows the quirky, titular high schooler as she navigates an unexpected pregnancy and her plan to give the baby up for adoption. Cody’s most recent script, Tully, sees her...read more
In the late 1970’s, two psychologists, Dr. Daniel Kahneman and Dr. Amos Tversky, set out to understand why “we” were failing ourselves in the rise (or fall) to Homo economicus – some semblance of a consistently rational, self-interested being capable of pursuing...read more
There’s a scene in James Cameron’s now 21-year-old Titanic that, eliminated from the theatrical release, can be found in the director’s cut and, of course, on YouTube. It’s a brief rescue scene: the ship (spoilers?) has sunk and an officer at the head of a lifeboat...read more