Humanities Moments

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William Shakespeare

by Dr. Michael P. H. Stanley
The Mini Page

by Betty Debnam, journalist and founder of the Mini Page
Rosie the Riviter

by Anonymous
Map of South Vietnam

by Breanna Holtz, 26, Social Studies teacher in Oregon
...mourn with those who mourn. –Romans 12:15

by Camille Harmer
Hồ Chí Minh

by Solomon C. Williams, 38 years old, teacher of high school American Government and Economics
Bullfighting

by Claire Batchelor, 18, Student
without words

by Christina Lohry, Chantilly Montessori School, Charlotte, NC
The Fault in Our Stars

by Cheyenne, 18 years old, living in Utah, a senior in high school
South Vietnam, 1975

by Spencer Swindler, 44, social studies teacher Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
Machu Picchu

by Wendell Johnson, 52, Social Studies Teacher
Moscow

by James Hackett, CEO, Alta Mesa Resources
BTS

by Kelsey Smith, 18 years old. I love to write stories and use my imagination. I also love working with little kids as well.
Archives

by Mary Wise, PhD Candidate in History at the University of Iowa
religious symbols

by Larry Kramer, president of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Family Tree

by Molly A. Warsh, Assistant Professor of World History, University of Pittsburgh
Pencil and Sharpener

by Anonymous
Sun City logo

by Patrick Touart, born 1973, public school teacher, Pittsylvania County Virginia
The Remorse of Orestes by William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1862)

by Michael Poliakoff, president of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni
Ken Burns

by Ken Burns, documentary filmmaker
Splendor and Darkness, Ackland Art Museum

by Michael Miragliuolo, 43, Social Studies Teacher at Green Hope HS in Cary, NC
Golda Meir in 1949

by David Bruce Smith, Founding Father of the Grateful American™ Foundation
Diego Rivera, “The History of Mexico”

by Craig Watson, former director of the California Arts Council
Still from the film Beautiful Boy

by Julie Rakowitz, 21, Programs Coordinator Assistant at the Glasscock Center for Humanities Research
Mantra-Rock Dance promotional poster featuring the Grateful Dead (1967)

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