Humanities Moments

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“Slaughterhouse-Five,” by Kurt Vonnegut

by Robert D. Newman, President and Director, National Humanities Center
Mantra-Rock Dance promotional poster featuring the Grateful Dead (1967)

by Bill Carbone, Vice President of Education, Rock and Roll Forever Foundation
Florida Landscape

by Rebecca Earles, 27, graduate student (Rice University)
Benedict Anderson's Imagined Communities

by Alexander Knirim, Bayreuth University & The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress
Two Women

by Julie Doan, Elementary Teacher, Oregon
Library stacks

by Katie Ireland Kuiper, 29, Ph.D. Candidate
Statue of Mohandas Gandhi

by Rick Parker, Middle School Social Studies Teacher
St. Louis Arch

by Michelle Lukacs, 30, Social Studies Secondary Teacher
Reading Identity HM.jpg

by Ahmet Aksoy, 33, Doctoral Candidate, Media and Communication, Texas Tech University
Care package

by Melanie, 20, Psychology major
The Green Light

by Maggie Jones, 28, Social Studies Teacher

by Abena Boakyewa-Ansah, 28, History Ph.D. Candidate
LA Public Library

by Luis Rodriguez, Poet Laureate of Los Angeles in 2014

by Hollis Robbins, Johns Hopkins University
Vegetarian Diet

by Taylin Nelson, 28, doctoral student

by I am Geraldine Galindo, I am 28 years old, and I am student at the St. Peterburg College
Fish on Marchmont St (photo by MS).jpg

by Mitra Sharafi, 47, legal historian at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Kingfisher History Encyclopedia

by Milind Kulkarni, 30, Engineer
Double Dutch

by Shimira Williams, 42, Integration Specialist

by Bill Perrier, 50, Insurance sales
Ebony Fashion Fair designer fashions, NCMA

by Olympia Friday, Digital Engagement & Marketing Coordinator, National Humanities Center
sign language

by Lisa Perrier, 52, director of print
New Orleans manhole cover

by Melissa Tracy, 34, Social Studies Teacher
Peng Chau View

by Anna Chan, 18, Student
Golda Meir in 1949

by David Bruce Smith, Founding Father of the Grateful American™ Foundation
“The Anxiety of Influence: A Theory of Poetry,” by Harold Bloom

by William Leuchtenburg, William Rand Kenan Jr. professor emeritus of history, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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