Humanities Moments

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Sun City logo

by Patrick Touart, born 1973, public school teacher, Pittsylvania County Virginia
Bussa Rebellion Banner

by Emily Longenecker, 34, High School Teacher, Virginia
Hồ Chí Minh

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

by Juan Felipe Herrera, performance artist, activist, and U.S. Poet Laureate in 2015
and here you are living despite it all

by Sydney, 21, student
Library bookcases

by Deborah Jung, Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District
...mourn with those who mourn. –Romans 12:15

by Camille Harmer
Immaculée Ilibagiza, survivor of the Rwandan genocide

by Cynthia Tomaselli, 21, Student
The burning of the Stamp Act in 1765

by Steve Oreskovic, Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District
Ho Chi Minh Trail network

by Alex Christman, 41, history teacher in Durham North Carolina
Poetry in Silence

by Grace Momberger, speech-language pathologist
“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
Barbados signs

by Kristen Wilson 30 years old, history teacher in Albemarle County, Virginia
Rosie the Riviter

by Anonymous
Still from the film Beautiful Boy

by Julie Rakowitz, 21, Programs Coordinator Assistant at the Glasscock Center for Humanities Research
San Antonio Express, September 12, 1964

by Steve Earle, singer-songwriter
Muhammad Ali

by Kimberly Perry-Sanderlin, AIG Specialist- Durham Public Schools (NC)
Map of South Vietnam

by Breanna Holtz, 26, Social Studies teacher in Oregon
Mount Rushmore

by Ben Vinson III, Provost and Executive Vice President of Case Western Reserve University
Wabi-Sabi

by Yael Lazar, PhD Candidate in Religious Studies at Duke University and a curator for the Humanities Moments Project
Zora Neale Hurston (1891-1960)

by Jacqueline Stallworth, 46 years old, High School English teacher in northern Virginia
Plutarch's “Lives”

by Jaroslav Folda, N. Ferebee Taylor Professor emeritus, UNC
Go South

by Brendon, 30, High School U.S. History Teacher, from Camden, Delaware
Benedict Anderson's Imagined Communities

by Alexander Knirim, Bayreuth University & The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress
“Slaughterhouse-Five,” by Kurt Vonnegut

by Robert D. Newman, President and Director, National Humanities Center
Fishing Camp

by Matthew Booker, associate professor of American environmental history, North Carolina State University
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