Humanities Moments

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East German citizens climb the Berlin Wall

by Nancy Gardner, educational consultant and NBCT teacher
Preparing for the North Carolina Symphony's visit

by Charles Frazier, award-winning author of Cold Mountain, Varina, and other novels
Captain John Borling, 1973

by W. Robert Connor, trustee emeritus, President and Director, of the National Humanities Center (1989-2002)
Locust Abortion Technician

by Bob Schneider, musician, songwriter, and artist based in Austin, Texas
William Jennings Bryan campaign poster, 1900

by J. Porter Durham, Jr., General Counsel and Chief Operating Officer, Global Endowment Management, LP
The Vatican

by Michael Fontaine, 40, professor of classics at Cornell University
Front-page news on Muhammad Ali

by Melissa Barnhouse, 38, exceptional children's teacher
"The Tragedie of King Lear," William Shakespeare

by Mirah Horowitz, Russell Reynolds Associates
Menéndez Landing by Stanley Meltzoff

by Judy Lindquist, 59 years old, Educator and Author and 2018-19 Teacher Advisory Council member
Hồ Chí Minh

by Solomon C. Williams, 38 years old, teacher of high school American Government and Economics
“Hamilton, an American Musical”

by Thomas Scherer, Consultant, Spencer Capital Holdings
Jackie O. and John F. Kennedy engagement photo by Richard Avedon

by Dr. Gil Greggs, Director of Academic Programs, St. David’s School, Raleigh NC
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

by Olympia Friday, Social Media and Strategic Marketing Coordinator, National Humanities Center
Candles

by Catherine Newell, assistant professor of religious studies, University of Miami & The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress
David Denby, author, journalist, film critic

by David Denby, author, journalist, film critic
Battle of the Bulge

by Ina Dixon, History United
NW Vietnam Region

by Maggie Childress, 24, Teacher, Wake County, North Carolina
Superheroes

by Jonathan Lethem, novelist
Still from the film Beautiful Boy

by Julie Rakowitz, 21, Programs Coordinator Assistant at the Glasscock Center for Humanities Research
Vietnam War Memorial

by Laura Wakefield, History Educator
Adrienne Rich

by Emily Coccia, the John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress
religious symbols

by Larry Kramer, president of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
“Slaughterhouse-Five,” by Kurt Vonnegut

by Robert D. Newman, President and Director, National Humanities Center
Barbados signs

by Kristen Wilson 30 years old, history teacher in Albemarle County, Virginia
and here you are living despite it all

by Sydney, 21, student
Statue of Mohandas Gandhi

by Rick Parker, Middle School Social Studies Teacher
Chinese class

by Soravit Sophastienphong, 21, Undergraduate at Duke University
Go South

by Brendon, 30, High School U.S. History Teacher, from Camden, Delaware
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